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The Mangroves of Rio Esquinas

Head upriver with me to explore the beautiful and complex mangrove ecosystem of Golfo Dulce’s Rio Esquinas to learn about the importance of these aquatic forests.     Advertisements

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The Salt Life: A Mangrove Ecosystem

This post all about mangroves will be up soon on Saladero Ecolodge’s new blog which I just started a couple weeks ago, feel free to check out my first post over there all about the laziest icon of the, tropics, the Sloth … Continue reading

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Fisherbirds and their humans

Welcome to my tropical wintering grounds, Sarasota, Florida! A far cry from frosty Seal Island, where I spent this past summer, helping for a third season a 40+ year project under Audubon that monitors reintroduced seabirds, the charismatic Atlantic Puffin … Continue reading

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Foggy Daze

It’s another foggy day, keeping us out of the colony so that we don’t raise the birds off their nests. So I’ll take this morning to bring this baby of a blog up to speed. I got to Maine by … Continue reading

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