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ACEER Conservation Fellows
Maisie McNeice

Studio Verde

ACEER Conservation Fellow and Amazon Aid, Artist for the Amazon Maisie McNeice is an Artist who has worked in Peru and Africa and has always had a fascination for the

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ACEER Conservation Fellows
Adela Indriago

Encounters with Jungle Elders

I used to climb between the buttress roots of an old tree in a park that my parents often took me to as a child. I imagined that I was

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A Red-eyed, 17-year, Cicada
Education
ACEER

A Taste of Summer

Entomophagy, the practice of eating insects, is widely embraced by ethnic and indigenous communities in parts of Asia, Africa, and Latin America as a cheap and sustainable source of protein. Introducing more insects into the Western diet as a more sustainable food source is the way of the future.

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ACEER Conservation Fellows
Riley Fortier

A Treeless Forest

Collapsing to the floor and rattling the earth, an ancient, 50-meter tree now lays on its side below the intense tropical sun. The residual hole in the canopy instantly exposes

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ACEER Conservation Fellows
Jessica Suarez

Six Tips for Ethical Monkey Photography

Photographing monkeys in the wild is an incredibly exciting and rewarding challenge. However, in our excitement there are times when we may not realize that we are not practicing ethical

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ACEER Conservation Fellows
Liselot Lange

A spider monkey tale, part 1

I have known all my life that I was going to dedicate my life to help animals in need. As a young girl I had no idea where I would

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ACEER Conservation Fellows
Riccardo Mattea

Start from your backyard

I’ve always been influenced by my peers’ interests and my lecturers’ adventures since I began my studies in conservation. I thought that to become a successful conservationist I needed to

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Conservation
Brian Griffiths

A Day in a Fragile World

It’s dawn in the Amazon Rainforest of Peru. The night has left a cool mist from which the forest slowly emerges in layers; there is a chill in the air.

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