Category: Conservation


Posted on 04/22/14 by Tim No Comments

So a few years ago I met Mini and Gideon Erkenswick Watsa at the Los Amigos Biological Station. This young couple were conducting their graduate research on little primates in this extremely biodiverse forest and we quickly made friends during my brief stay. This friendship was probably strengthened by a little coral snake incident I […]

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Microcosm Speaking Event

Posted on 01/30/13 by Tim

If you happen to be in the San Diego area March 1-2 you should come by the Microcosm 2013 event. Tree Walkers International (TWI) is proud to present MICROCOSM, a celebration of the beauty and uniqueness of ecosystems through the keeping of naturalistic vivariums and aquariums.  MICROCOSM is a new kind of event that brings together […]

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Deadly snake?

Posted on 08/14/11 by Tim No Comments

My mentor and friend Bill Lamar is killing me. I’ve spent a lot of time looking for a bushmaster. It’s my most sought after snake and I’ve yet to see one in the wild. He’s seen bunches of course. Recently he sent me an email – no text. Just a photo. Of him holding another […]

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Rainforest Project Dissertation Day

Posted on 04/27/11 by Tim No Comments

Tomorrow morning the student’s who participated in this year’s Forman/Rara Avis rainforest project will be presenting the results of their work. I encourage everyone to follow along live via webstreaming. Twan Leenders provided instructions on his blog through the Connecticut Audubon Society. I’ve copied the information here. This is your chance to experience a little […]

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