Tag Archive: ecology

Batgirl, Cylita Guy, talks science and education

Summer is a special time for me, but not for the reasons you might think.  As the world’s only flying mammal takes to the skies, I feel an excitement as I watch them… Continue reading

The Guppy Project: Studying fish in Trinidad

A few years ago I had the opportunity to work as a field technician in Trinidad studying guppies for The Guppy Project. Guppies don’t sound too interesting to most, but they are an… Continue reading

Evolution…it’s a real thing!

A few years ago, when I told people I studied evolutionary ecology, I tended to get responses like, “Oh, so you believe we came from monkeys?!” Or they would automatically think of large-scale evolution. Change over… Continue reading

Thursday Thoughts: Fishin’ for Guppies in Trinidad

On this lovely (Throwback) Thursday, I would like to share one of the greatest experiences of my life – my time working in Trinidad as a Field Technician on The Guppy Project. I… Continue reading