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Spirits soaring at Lomas

Spirits soaring at Lomas

By Cece Wheeler, Middlebury College Hey everyone! We’ve had an action packed week at Lomas del Sierpe, full of pungent aromas, early mornings, and some pretty amazing bird sightings. After spending Sunday working with dung...
On Top of the World

On Top of the World

By Morgan Durbin, CSBSJU Hi lovelies, my name is Morgan Durbin. I’m a rising senior and Environmental Studies major at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University in St. Joseph, MN. I’m writing...
Surprise Lake

Surprise Lake

By Lily Bosworth, University of Utah My name is Lily, and I’m a Geological Engineering and Geology double major from the University of Utah. In the past couple weeks I’ve learned that being in a...
Already halfway dung!

Already halfway dung!

By Jori McCune, Westminster College Hi all! The Costa Rican life has been treating us well with everything from friendly faces to the most amazing fruit, however, I would not say that we have been...
Otter nonsense!

Otter nonsense!

By Avery Driscoll, Westminster College Greetings from the Piro Station! We’ve spent the last week and a half here surveying for Neotropical River Otters along seven nearby rivers. Besides the work of the Round River crew over the previous two semesters, little research...
Cheese, Mountains, and Education; My Summer in Atlin

Cheese, Mountains, and Education; My Summer in Atlin

By Joe Gallucci, University of Vermont Cheese.  It’s definitely not my friend!  I’ve certainly learned that in the past week here in Atlin, British Columbia.  I may have been a bit lactose intolerant for awhile...
Welcome to la Pura Vida

Welcome to la Pura Vida

Luke collects data for his field project on the habitat preferences of the Neotropical river otter. Photo by Shalynn Pack.   By Luke Golden, Westminster College       It really hit me that I had arrived in...
The Beginning

The Beginning

Monarch mountain, looking over Atlin lake and mountain.   By Sophie Werner, Cleveland State University   I came to Atlin, B.C. from a very flat, busy city. Even those of us who didn’t where struck...