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Station blogs

Students, researchers, and volunteers share their experiences from Payamino.

Passing through Payamino timburicocha.blogspot.com (in English)

Paseando por Payamino timburipayamino.blogspot.com (in Spanish)

Here we are indeed hereweareindeed.tumblr.com
Jon Berkeley writes about a short surprise visit to Payamino.

Related blogs

The personal blogs written by some of the station inhabitants:

Huts, Hammocks, Guambritas, and Warmis sallieandlucasattimburi.wordpress.com
Lucas and Sallie, current Communications and Logistics Coordinators (respectively), write about their adventures in Ecuador and their research in Payamino.

Manchester Scientists Castaway manchesterscientistscastaway.wordpress.com
Tamara, former Logistics Coordinator and zoology placement student, writes about life at the station, rearing tadpoles, and frog biodiversity. This blog is also shared with two other placement students in the Seychelles.

Tambarikosy in Timburi Cocha tambarikosy.blogspot.com
Xaali, former Communications Coordinator and zoology placement student, writes about life at the station, camera traps, and bromeliads.

Videos

University of Manchester Ecuador field trip 2013, by Nate Betteridge (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i134Q_NKEZM)

Zoology placement in Ecuador, by Xaali O'Reilly Berkeley (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gqhlp3THdls)