Goodbye Summer 16′ and hello 12 weeks of Biology!
If you were lucky enough to take a field course with Dr. Bazely and Dr. Scott Tarof this summer then you already know what a fun, exciting and short few weeks we had. If you’re interested in seeing what we did head over to my #Biol3001 blog here and for videos and pictures on my final course essay head over to my twitter.
Timeline of my summer:
For two weeks in July, we headed over to Kortright Centre for Conservation and began exploring the burned and unburned field plots (3 total). We collected data on flora, anthropoids and even birds! For more information on this course, click here.
Vacation time! I headed off to Cuba for a week and was absoltely amazed by the different flora around. Take a look:
unknown flower left on the dinner tables at the hotel
unknown trees scattered around the resort
A peacock that regularly walked into the hotel!
Some interesting facts to note about Cuba:
Facts adapted from: http://www.cubanaturetravel.com/flora–fauna
Until next time, you can find me on twitter!