By Tilly Ingall, University of Vermont
Photos by Kaggie Orrick
In school they taught us of the wilderness outside the classroom. We were taught of the elephant
by Rick Bass, Men’s Journal, May 12, 2017 We’ve been walking slowly through the dark for a long time, the old soldier and I, beneath a thumbnail silver moon, the coyotes chattering like roosters. He makes his way using a wooden flagpole for a cane, a rifle and a tripod strapped to his back.…
Written by Ben Borgmann-Winter (Middlebury College) Woodland Kingfisher (Halcyon senegalensis) Botswana is home to a great diversity of Kingfishers—nine different species from two different families, according to Birds: The Inside Story, by Rael and Héléne Loon. Over our first three weeks, we’ve seen a lot one species in particular: the Woodland Kingfisher (Halcyon senegalensis). This beautiful…
Text by Chris Smith (instructor) and photos by Elizabeth Brunner (instructor), unless otherwise noted.
On April 15th, with five days of heads-stuck-in-computers behind us and finals