Monthly Archives: October 2010

The “Big Tree” and Kruger

Utterly exhausted after 4 days “on holiday” at Kruger with 530 AM starts and days spent in a hot, hot car with four others actively looking for African wildlife. The trip began first with a slight detour to see the … Continue reading

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“Spaghetti City”

Although not as exciting as following monkeys, John and I have been conducting vegetation transects and quadrats. This does have certain perks though, including the following: Freedom of pace; Exploring the mountains and forests; Ample time for breaks in scenic … Continue reading

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In the trees with monkeys…

Straddling a wide branch and passing up trays to a student for his bushbaby project, we could hear and see trees bending and swaying under the weight of what we presumed to be Samangos. We were right! Out popped “Nelson” … Continue reading

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