Tag Archives: Wildlife photography

The Yellowstone experience

The last day of our MIREN-meeting in Montana (more on that here) brought us to Yellowstone National Park, a place of endless wilderness and wonder. We paid a visit to one of the field sites of our colleagues, on one of … Continue reading

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That damn snow again

During last year’s field trip to Sweden, at the very end of August, an early autumn snowstorm threw us of the mountain. You can (re)read the account of that humbling hike here. We were beaten. Defeated. Nature’s powers were too strong. … Continue reading

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Through the trees

Like the Florida jungle, where at first sight all is a uniform green, before slowly the exciting plants and animals start to appear. That’s how the schedule of the conference of the Ecological Society of America tends to look. Hundreds, … Continue reading

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Learning

A PhD is a lot about learning. Although I am ‘really’ working for ‘real’ money; and I feel (and act) like a scientist, there is the ‘student’ part in PhD-student that should never be neglected. Although I am not truly a … Continue reading

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If you want them to listen

If you want them to listen, you should throw food at them. At least, that is what seemed to work pretty well for the large group of lemurs we met in a French zoo. The same might hold true for the whole world … Continue reading

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