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Wordless Wednesday: Research Snapshots 6

DNLee Gambian Pouched Rats Cricetomys

I was trying very hard to share some new photos from but I can’t seen to upload any pictures today. I’m missing my rats, actually, so revisiting the photographs of them makes me recall all of their shenanigans. #OiTNBrats. My equipment isn’t fully set up so I’m not scoring videos yet and I’m still awaiting [...]

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Wordless Wednesday: Research Snapshots 5

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Wordless Wednesday: Research Snapshots 4

Snack time.

Because I know you all have missed seeing the rats. Here are some photos of the most adorable research subjects, EVER!! These photos are from novel food introduction tests.   He has a treat (the green alfalfa cube in the lower right part of the frame) but he is getting into pre-nap posture. Hey, I’m [...]

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Wordless Wednesday: #DNLeeLab Research Snapshots 2

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Wordless Wednesday: What are you looking at?

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#FieldworkFriday: Putting my foot down

African Pouched Rat foot pad, Cricetomys

Inspired by all of the Throwback Thursday posts on Facebook and Twitter, FaN Club Dad, @Nkrumah_Frazier, has started a new social media meme: Fieldwork Friday! You share photos of your experiences in the field. What a perfect way to keep sharing all of those random, goofy, fun, and exciting pictures from your research expeditions.  (Like [...]

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Wordless Wednesday: The #Traveltastic Adventures of #DispatchesDNLee

Indian Ocean, Bagamoyo Beach Tanzania, fishermen at dawn bringing in the catch

The #Traveltastic Photo Challenge is brainchild of Travelistas Monique of MoTravels and Tracey Friley of Passport Party Project. Each day is a new theme – celebrating travel and culture. I’m loving the breath of fresh air of these daily challenges. I’ll be sharing photos from my field trips to Tanzania. In fact, I’m compiling my [...]

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#DispatchesDNLee: I’m back in the States

Psst, You got enough data. You can pack it up now.

I’ve been back for nearly 2 weeks.  I didn’t realize how tired I was until I looked up and realized how long it’s been since I posted. I was just too tired to fight with internet to type up a post or search for photos. Everyone on Twitter and Facebook has asked: So, how was [...]

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Wordless Wednesday: Long last look

#DispatchesDNLee long last look - Indian Ocean, DNLee

I’m departing for home today. (At the very moment I write this post I am in the airport awaiting boarding.  I spent mt last few days in Tanzania relaxing by the beach in Bagamoyo. I was up at dawn to drink in my last moments with Tanzania and the Indian Ocean. Ahh until miaka kesho!

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#DispatchesDNLee: Mystery scat producer identified – African Civet

African Civet camera trap #DispatchesDNLee side by side photos

I opened up a new field site for this field season. It was a beast! Although I only caught two individual Pouched rats over the 80 x80 m square grid, it was a great effort. And much was learned. In addition to non-target captures in my live traps, I also put out camera traps. I [...]

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