Some dread, loathe, eschew rain. Not us. You see, this is a rainforest.
Last week we had a howling southeast rip through. Good timing. We were starting round twoof our sampling and had only a short boat ride to our nearby site for training. So, we spent only a few short hours in lashing rains.
Lucky for us, Patagonia had kindly just sent us a massive duffel bag full of clothes. We thank this company for truly walking their environmental talk.
A little video (though does not do it justice).
And for the nature nuts, here is a brilliant shot (of Dougs) of some baby Mergansers with their momma
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