Part IV: Reflection

November 25, 2014

Reflections: November 25, 2014 By Leeanne Alonso The forests of the Upper Berbice region of eastern Guyana are truly amazing. It was a privilege to be able to study these forests, the most pristine, undisturbed forests that most of the survey team have ever encountered in Guyana, or within the entire neotropics. The forests at Read more

Part III: Berbice White Sands Camp

October 7, 2014

At the end of September 2014, a team of intrepid researchers set out into the wilds of eastern Guyana on the northern coast of South America, to track down and document the region’s abundant wildlife, ranging from the small invertebrate (bullet ants) to larger mammals (puma). The forests of south-central Guyana are among the least Read more

Part II: Berbice River Camp

October 7, 2014

At the end of September 2014, a team of intrepid researchers set out into the wilds of eastern Guyana on the northern coast of South America, to track down and document the region’s abundant wildlife, ranging from the small invertebrate (bullet ants) to larger mammals (puma). The forests of south-central Guyana are among the least Read more

Part I: Meet the team

October 6, 2014

A comprehensive survey of all of the creatures, big and small, in a region requires a scientific team of varied backgrounds. The Berbice survey team drew on the talents of ornithologists, herpetologists, mammalogists, myrmecologists, among others, and relied on the expertise of both international and local researchers. GWC’s Director of Global Biodiversity Exploration Dr. Leeanne Read more