Community talk at the Universidad Técnica Nacional, Costa Rica

Celia McLean (lead American field assistant) and Juan Carlos Ordoñez (lead Costa Rican field assistant) deliver an exciting update (in Spanish) on the progress of our Capucinos de Taboga project to faculty and administrators at the Universidad Técnica Nacional, Costa Rica. The project is halfway through the second year of data collection.

We outline our progress to date (trails cut, ecological surveys, 2 capuchin groups habituated, behavioral data rolling in, establishment of an endocrine laboratory and a field station for researchers, training for local and international biologists), but more importantly, we highlight our future plans to make Taboga the first net zero field station.


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