Our second field trip starts with a visit to the San Gerardo Station, this station located a little above 1000 meters in elevation is part of the Children's Eternal Rain Forest. After that we go down on elevation on the Atlantic slope visiting many different forest until we reach Bocas del Toro in Panama where our main focus is marine diversity and conservation. Lots of cool animals and plants in all these different kind of ecosystems found along the Atlantic slope are expected during our time exploring these wet places.
The Tropical Ecology & Conservation students are working on their independent projects right now, many different ecology topics are being cover that involve both field and lab work. From Leaf-cutting...keep reading