Course participants from left to right: Professor Daniel Cristol, Sam Dutilly, Kaleea Korunka, Max Knight, Lauren Carl, Brooklyn Appling, Rosie George-Ambrocio, Alexa Busby, Professor Matthias Leu, Isabel Schreur, Olivia Cunningham, Alyssa Wright, Lindsey Smith, Brianne McFarlin, Raquel Layton, and Carlee Dunn. Photo: Oliver Kerscher
Over winter break, 14 students and two Biology faculty explored human-wildlife conflicts in the Anthropocene on a six-day camping trip at 10 sites throughout Florida. Students provided field lectures at each site and led discussions of assigned papers while driving among sites. A favorite of everyone was the exquisite views of native and invasive flora and fauna, the camaraderie, and the excellent meals cooked and eaten in atypically cold weather.
Photo: Biol 404 class
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