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For those of you visiting this site for the Tiputini and Ecuador-related posts, be sure to check out the Scientist at Work blog at the New York Times, where Anthony Di Fiore, my undergraduate advisor, is now contributing. I was … Continue reading
Alas, it is the end of another field season and I am writing this from my home in New Jersey, two nights and two hot showers after leaving Tiputini. Here’s a smattering of thoughts and events from the past few … Continue reading
Monday marked the arrival of Tony, my undergraduate advisor, and the first presence of another human on the monkey project here at Tiputini. While I have hardly been alone–the volunteers, managers, staff, and students have been tons of fun–it is … Continue reading
It is never silent here. It’s taken me two weeks here in the forest to realize that I am constantly immersed in a forest full of animals chittering and chattering, clicking and clucking, cheeping and chirping, hooting and howling. As … Continue reading