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Beautiful Booderee: My Fieldwork Experience

When I had the opportunity to go to one of Australia’s favourite National Parks for a field trip this semester, I knew I couldn’t stay away. Booderee National Park, in Jervis Bay, is crawling with cute cuddly animals like the … Continue reading

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To Booderee, and Beyond! The Value of Applied Practice for Students of Biodiversity Conservation

Apprentice learning has been a key contributor to human cognitive evolution. We learn complex skills best by doing them, while observing expert practitioners and sharing knowledge with our peers. Field trips offer students studying the environment a rare opportunity to … Continue reading

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