February 5th, 2017 February kicked off with a Superbowl party, not only was this the first Superbowl I've watched it is the first football game I watched. but thanks to Vivyanne I had a semi-understanding of the game by the end, just in time to appreciate the excitement that was overtime. Dan's team hosted the event as a … Continue reading “That has been my principle throughout; not to buy anything but what was really good.”
August 5th, 2010 Bird Monitoring Construction on greenhouse Party with Community Talent Show Games & Dancing Below are my notes: Bird Monitoring field station - away from mist nets bird branding - recording info for the future check up - management of wildlife and land environment - age classification - population dynamics bird identification round 1 … Continue reading Nature Doesn’t Need People – People Need Nature.
August 4th, 2010 Replaced Zipline Platforms construction of greenhouse roof Cooked for everyone Below are my notes: Moved platforms to the zip lines to replace the old broken ones. this ensures the safety of the tourists as well as the workers and benefits the ecotourism. Another group woke up early to help with the bird … Continue reading Take Only Memories, Leave Nothing But Footprints
August 3rd 2010 Construction on greenhouse assembled bamboo support poles for roof Canopy tour - zip lines Below are my notes: Continued previous construction on the new greenhouse. prepared/aligned bamboo which was then tied on top of the ones already placed in rows. this was necessary for the support of the greenhouse roof. construction of the … Continue reading Conservation Means The Wise Use Of The Earth And Its Resources For The Lasting Good of Men.
August 2nd 2010 Butterfly Garden transplanting trees - finished ended works on butterfly garden Below are my notes: continued work on the butterfly garden. moved more soil into the unfinished areas. started planting various plants which are important for the attraction of butterflies as well as for breeding. continued transplanting more adlers into larger bags to … Continue reading Look Deep Into Nature, And Then You Will Understand Everything Better.
August 1st 2010 Yumbo Museum -> lunch at the reserve truck to Nanegaleto called home movie night - babel Below are my notes: Yumbo Museum ca. 800-1600, 1000-1500 people Petroglyphs Pi Chincha 1660 20 cm layer of ash ended yumbo culture here - migrated elsewhere site abandoned till 1870 other people migrated from southern provinces - Spanish … Continue reading Art Is The Cultural Bedrock Of A Civilisation And Its Worth Is Beyond Measure.
July 31st 2010 Minga at community hoed weeds levelled ground brought poles from reserve rain called off soccer game - dancing instead Below are my notes: Minga - at the community shool removed weeds and levelled the ground - moved soil built/furnished cover for the sand area- brought in the sand cleaned school floors windows desk … Continue reading Conservation Must Be More Than A Convenient Slogan.