My hands are full lately, as you can tell.

Here I am checking on one of my Ghana Pouched Rats. Just as adorbs, but I am sure very different than my Tanzania Pouched Rats - in look and behavior.

Notice how I'm NOT in this picture with this sleepy-head rat. I'm interested in working with him nonetheless, I just have to be more careful. I depart in less than a month, so I've got to get 'my lab' in order here at home (I finally have a colony to observe) and gear up for my field research in Africa.

Remember all of the lovely adventures? Well, let's take a walk down memory lane - or for the newcomers - Check it out!

Here are the first 5 entries that introduce #DispatchesDNLee.

The Urban Scientist presents Dispatches from Tanzania #DispatchesDNLee

#DispatchesDNLee: Postcards from Tanzania

#DispatchesDNLee: Safe and sound in Tanzania

#DispatchesDNLee: Preparing for Tanzania – Vaccinations

#DispatchesDNLee: Preparing for Tanzania – Lists & Logistics

Plus, check out my posts at Double X Science that discussed my personal accounts of my experiences as a female researcher in Africa.

African-American and female, doing field research in Africa

#DispatchesDNLee: Handling lady-business in the field

DXS Podcast:Mary Ingalls, a Woman and Scientist in Africa, and Whales

Visit the other posts and leave comments. Please, please, please drop me a note. I love hearing from you.


Dada DNLee