Monday, March 31, 2014

We are busy in the field.

We arrived here at our Florida research site on Saturday and have been extremely busy to collect the data that will help us answer questions about evolution. We spend months thinking about exactly what data we will need to collect to answer our questions about evolution. Since our time in the field is limited, we work nearly round the clock when we are here to capture, measure and mark thousands of lizards from our study islands.

We are excited for the chance to tell students about our work and share some photos and video of our work. Here is a look at what we have been up to so far.

The morning commute is one of the perks of being a field biologist

The brown anole lizard is the model animal that we use to answer questions about evolution

Lizards aren't the only animals that can climb trees.

                                                                    I see you up there.

Not a bad day of work. 

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