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... the osprey still as we fed him fish and if our toucan Lino gets into empty enclosures while we’re cleaning I scoop him up and put him out. The next step is the parrots but I’m going to take it slow, as they bite.
My tours are going well, I really do love teaching people about biology so it’s a great job. I still come home every day covered ...
... and really chatty. He earned the nickname Red Dog because he was dating a younger girl and when he came back from the movies Angus said 'so what you see? Red Dog?' and the nickname stuck... It's still disputed what movie he actually saw but Angus insists it was Red Dog while Red Dog just shakes his head. We also met a couple one night an English man and a New Zealand woman. The English guy was a captain but more importantly he had a tattoo of a skeleton smoking a spliff ...
... by the instructor, and allows for quick assessment of the students. Hopefully as out LU students use it in the classroom, the local teachers will pick up on the technique. Today we are working on procedures for error correction when assessing student work. It seems like an easy thing, but we cannot just tell students answers are wrong. There are some optimal practices for providing support so that students are guided to the right answer. And then once e student gets ...
... a huge colony of leaf-cutter ants, which can strip a tree down to nothing in short order and carry it off to their queen in small pieces.
Returning from our walk we stopped off for lunch in the small town of Sarapiqui before leaving the Central Valley for a few days in the Arenal Volcano area.
... It will actually be very hard to leave our wonderful home on the Finca, and we definitely plan to return to this area. One of the most amazing aspects of being here has been the time we have spent with local experts exploring their own back yard. From fishing with Pino, "el maestro," and bringing in multiple Jacks, Kingfish, Spanish Mackerel, Yellowtail, Rock Snapper and Grouper, all with a hand line, to hiking through ...