Not your typical day job

When your office is in a nature reserve

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August 27, 2015 12:03
Ein Afek Nature

The floating bridge at Ein Afek.. (photo credit: ZEV MARGALIT)

 
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Giselle Hazzan’s day job is an unusual one. She does not spend her day in a typical office building with long hours in front of a computer. Instead, she works as the manager of the Ein Afek Nature Reserve, a remnant of the Acre Valley’s Na’aman Stream wetlands located near Kiryat Bialik. Her typical schedule entails caring for wildlife, managing the wetlands water system, and raising public awareness about the natural ecosystem.

Frogs and butterflies are part of the work landscape.

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