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A huge milestone for GRACE, years in the making

In a final note about GRACE, I wanted to pass on the announcement of a monumental milestone for the ogranization: the opening of their new 24-acre forest enclosure. I was incrediblely fortunate to be on site for this event, and … Continue reading

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DRC 2015

It is with an air of stimulated familiarity I find myself once again in the Democratic Republic of Congo, several weeks into an extended period abroad and wondering where the past few months have gone. These aforementioned months have been … Continue reading

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Photo ID on the Dolphin Explorer

I finally went on my first hike in NZ in early March. A small group of us went to the coastline west of Auckland, in the Waitakere Ranges, to hike the Pararahas Gorge. The trip was originally slated for early … Continue reading

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Kia Ora from Auckland!

For the second time in a row, I am first describing my presence in a new country after a month of residency. But hello from New Zealand! At about 37°S, Auckland is the furthest south I have ever been, and … Continue reading

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Farewell from Kibale

Unfortunately, due to a comtinually-tightened and restricted schedule in my final month in Kibale, I was not able to post a final full-length entry. But, here I am, at 4am on December 8th, an hour before I leave Kanyawara for … Continue reading

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Electricity, snares, and my pet name

Although I wasn’t writing blog entries that often before, it’s tough nowadays to keep up with them even once a month. A big perpetrator here is the frustratingly inconsistent power supply at Kanyawara. Given the recent widespread power outages on … Continue reading

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Lake Mburo National Park, and some regional concerns

The field station has grown much more crowded over the summer months. Most recently, we’ve had a large influx of European students participating in Kibale’s Tropical Biology Association field course. More relevant to the chimpanzee project, since the end of … Continue reading

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