in Rwanda: 29 July 2012, Bones sees bones

Journal 29 July 2012 Today was a whole lot of awesome, followed by a whole lot of work. This morning we got to see the gorilla skeleton project in action. Shannon McFarland, a primary researcher on that project, gave us a presentation on what and how they’re doing, then we got to see the lab … Continue reading in Rwanda: 29 July 2012, Bones sees bones

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In Rwanda: 24 July 2012, the gorilla slap

Journal 24 July 2012 Early mornings and fast hikes are worth it, when you’re rewarded with a two-hour gorilla play session on the side of an inactive volcano. That pretty much sums up my day yesterday. ~What, you mean there’s more to this journal? Ok, so here’s the details: Chelsea, Amanda, Aya, and I were … Continue reading In Rwanda: 24 July 2012, the gorilla slap