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Stories from the Field: OTS Tropical Ecology & Conservation Spring 2019

My Journey By: Maria Victoria "Vicky" Ortiz Cruz, Sierra del Rosario Biosphere Reserve, Cuba My journey began some time ago, and I can only say that it has been wonderful,...

Las Cruces Research Station Open House

On June 1, the Las Cruces Research Station and the Wilson Botanical Garden hosted the Third Annual Open House Day. It was a great success, with over 700 people from...

Laboratory in the Forest: article by OTS graduate professor

Laboratory in the Forest By Marcelo Casacuberta Marcelo Casacuberta is a documentary film maker and photographer who specializes in the identification of fauna, and was a visiting professor to teach...

Stories from the field: OTS Tropical Ecology & Conservation Spring 2019

Dreaming is not bad By: Edwin Jurado Rojas, Bachelor in Forest Engineering and Environment of the National Amazonic University of Madre de Dios, Peru I must start by thanking the...

Stories from the field: OTS African Ecology & Conservation Spring 2019

Skukuza – the first taste of Kruger! By Dr Lisa Nupen (Resident Lecturer)   After making the long trip from Nylsvley the students finally arrived at one of the jewels...

The 10th Annual Kimberly G. Smith Outstanding Student Paper Award winner is Belén Fadrique

Organization for Tropical Studies announces winner of the 10th Annual Kimberly G. Smith Outstanding Student Paper Award This year’s winner is Belén Fadrique from the University of Miami for her...