The amazing Perené River - Field Book Project

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Friday, 29 July 2011


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Luisa Chocano

Hermosa la manera como recuerdas nuestras primeras salidas de pesca... Parece que ese sentimiento de cariño y respeto por las aguas y sus organismos son el aliciente para seguir nuestra labor en pro de su conservación.

Norma J. Salcedo

Virginia, thank you for your comment. I am looking forward to fishing in streams and rivers in South Carolina. I must go to the Catawba River one day.

Virginia Friedman

A beautiful journey you have taken us on, Norma. It just ended too soon. I must go there one day. The Pakitzapango Dam will be the ruination of the Ashaninka and must be stopped.

Norma J. Salcedo

Antonio, Thank you! Es lo menos que puedo hacer.
I had many amazing experiences as a student, including meeting you. I see myself in my students now, and I want them to have the opportunities I had.

Antonio Machado Allison

Norma. Gracias por compartir estas experiencias.
Antonio Machado-Allison

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The Field Book Project is an initiative to increase accessibility to field book content that documents natural history. Through ongoing partnerships within and beyond the Smithsonian Institution, the Project is making field books easier to find and available in a digital format for current research, as well as inspiring new ways of utilizing these rich information resources.
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