PARSIPPANY — Jacqueline Wolf is one of several students who spent part of their winter break traveling to Hawaii as part of an environmental science class. Jacqueline is a 2014 graduate of Parsippany Hills High School.
The students spent their time in Hawaii visiting many islands, where they learned about the diverse culture, animal populations, and plant varieties within our island state. Wolf, along with their classmates, studied species natural behavior and how it is impacted by the human population, while collecting data to aid natural conservation and restoration.
Senior, Kylie Handler says of her trip “The field studies trip to Hawaii was an educational and exciting experience.
The group had the opportunity to explore and learn more about the islands than we would have been able to on our own.” Those who visited the islands had the excellent opportunity to see all the iconic sites and National Parks that Hawaii has to offer.
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