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This post is part of an ongoing series of interviews with the 2017 class of National Geographic Emerging Explorers.
What a journey, but we have arrived! After tackling our way through the forest, many fallen trees in the road, we have arrived at the source lake of the Cuito river. The team has jumped to it and put together our camp to be able to survey the underwater environment of this pristine freshwater system. And as we expected our friends the bees were waiting for us in extraordinary numbers, making working and moving in this place extremely difficult, everyone has had their first stings.
We’re on our way! It’s incredible to be back up in the central eastern highlands of Angola to continue the essential work towards protecting this ecologically important region.
When they put the sticker on the Land Cruiser, you know things are about to get good.
Steve Boyes and Jer Thorp have teamed up to share the 2013 Okavango Wetland Bird Survey across the Okavango Delta with the world in real-time. Follow every step of the Percy FitzPatrick Institute’s research team as they explore a new route across the Okavango Delta that will reveal the secrets of wetland birds at an…