For info, write to Mike (click on the name above).
Red howler monkeys forage beside the riverbank, across from the Rewa lodge.
Come join us in Guyana, South America for a field course in biodiversity and human development at the edge of the world, in some of the planet’s most pristine forests. We will be staying at an Amerindian-owned and operated lodge deep in the Amazon. Together, we will explore the role of humans in their environment, and the future of global biodiversity.
Field Experiences in Tropical Ecology (CNSCI 2120) January 9 – 21, 2009