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CURRENT FIELD BLOG

Timor-Leste January to February 2012

Background to the Reptile & Amphibian Survey of Timor-Leste (2 pages)

19-20th January 2012: The Flight to Malaysia (1 page)

21st January 2012: Culture and Conservation (4 pages)

22nd January 2012: The Flight to Indonesia (1 page)

23rd January 2012: Culture and Cuisine (2 pages)

24th January 2012: Our Biggest Team Yet Hits The Ground (3 pages)

25th January 2012: Metinaro Mangroves (1 page)

26th January 2012: A Trip to a Lake (1 page)

27th January 2012: Island Prep Day (1 page)

28th January 2012: Ataúro Bound (2 pages)

29th January 2012: Manucoco Trek (3 pages)

30th January 2012: Of Monitors and Geckos (2 pages)

31st January 2012: First Rain (1 page)

1st February 2012: Monitor Watch (2 pages)

2nd February 2012: Big Lizards and Drowned Rats (3 pages)

3rd February 2012: Another Creek, Another Skink (2 pages)

4th February 2012: Back to the Metropolis (2 pages)

There was been a delay in the preparation and posting of the Expedition Field Notes
from this point forward. This was caused by a combination of a hectic schedule, lots of specimens to photograph, international flights, and some illness. Fortunately all these are now resolved, and the
Expedition Field Notes blog for Timor-Leste Phase VI 2012 continues below.

5th February 2012: The Meleotegi has a Louder Voice (6 pages)

6th February 2012: The Embassy (2 pages)

7th-8th February 2012: Singapore (2 pages)

Please see the previous blogs in the Archive below

 

ARCHIVE

 

 

A note about the Expedition Field Notes Blogs
These blogs are only compiled for lengthy expeditions lasting several weeks to months.
For short field trips, photographic trips etc. there is insufficient time to compile a blog
on location so those trips go directly to Expedition Reports upon return to the UK
ie. Spain (April 2011), UAE-Oman (May 2011).
The Expedition Field Notes Blogs are also expanded and converted to
full Expedition Reports as soon as possible upon return to the UK.

The above can be found by clicking this link
Research Expeditions Index