Thanks to the University of Washington Anthropology Department for my recent feature...
To Follow: More pictures, more information, etc. Just got back from PLT's Guardabosque Primatology Field Research Methods Course (including environmental education training), and the experience is something I won't forget. Met amazing people, and got to know ones I already knew better. I am thinking now of how it is only 10 days until Christmas,... Continue Reading →
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The small ants - light red, turning to orange, maybe to brown, in certain lights or on certain segments of their bodies - which crawled up my hands and fingers as we baited and re-baited the Sherman traps; these small biting creatures which on the last day fruitlessly stung my gloves as I rapidly and... Continue Reading →
This week has been good, caught fish, butterflies, geckos, and toads. The toads just sit on the streets after dark. They are really slow. They are poisonous, but it is interesting to think how many of them must simply be killed, eaten, and then make an animal sick in order to prevent that individual from... Continue Reading →
I am waking up to my first day in Pilar, Paraguay. I think I heard the howler monkeys this morning, but I am not sure. I know I heard two roosters, one very far away, one very, very near. The town is beautiful, and the bus ride in was as well (see pictures below). Though... Continue Reading →
An iPhone came sailing through my window as I drove back from work, I was working and then driving home. I can't tell what gen it is, and all it has on it are these cryptic notes dated from way in the future. When I opened it at first there were many, but once I... Continue Reading →