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Monkey Tracking adventures (the complete story)

A few people asked for the story of my visit to Tony Di Fiore’s research site in chronological order.  Here are all the posts in order: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 part 5 part 6 part 7 … Continue reading

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Monkey Tracking Adventures (coda)

I’m home now, after a couple days of traveling back from Tiputini.  The trip home was calm, but not without a few interesting moments. The trip home was basically a repeat of the trip downriver, but with a lot more … Continue reading

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Monkey Tracking Adventures (part 2)

10 Jan 2009 Went out to observe wooly monkeys with Tony, Mauricio, Peter.  Attempted to track groups G and Y.  They used radio collar receiver, but had confusing time because, as near as I could tell, the two collars from … Continue reading

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Monkey Tracking Adventures (part 1)

I’m currently in the rainforest in eastern Ecuador with NYU primatologist Anthony Di Fiore and his team, learning how they track monkeys, in order to see where some of the technologies we work with at ITP can be used to … Continue reading

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