In May and June of 2007, 13 undergraduate students from Northern Michigan University are taking a field course in Zambia. Most of the students are majors in the Biology department, and all of them will be doing short field studies of their own design while on the ground in Zambia. The group will be making a stop in London on the way, spending four days seeing Zambia/Africa-related British sites (Burton's tomb, Livingstone's artefacts at the Royal Geographic Society, the British Museum of Natural History, etc.) and adjusting to the time change. The course is being led by me, Dr. Alec Lindsay, a professor in the Department of Biology at NMU, and Dr. Jackie Bird - a parasitologist in our department. We have made this blog so students can hopefully post notes thoughts, pictures and discoveries to the world. This should allow classmates, teachers, family and friends to share in their insights and keep track of their travels. Not only that, but viewers of the blog can add comments to posts - please do! We would love to hear your thoughts. Zikomo!

02 June 2007

South Luangwa

Finally, we have arrived at South Luangwa to view plentiful amounts of wildlife. I have seen vervets scattered everywhere throughout the campsites and along the river bank. Therefore, I have been able to gather more information to aid in my compilation of data from the trip in Zambia. I am having a wonderful time and wish this journey could continue forever; sadly, it is coming to an end but I have enjoyed every minute of it!

1 comment: said...

Sounds amazing Anne. Hope the camera is working well and you have loads of pictures and stories to share on your return. Dad