Rice paddies, a plenty!
Rain highlights the natural beauty of peach trees
Our internal compasses may be a little off. This is how we find our way back to the campsite
So life-like! A Malagasy rum bottle makes the best subject matter
Donning the rain gear…and being very excited about it
We obviously enjoy working in inclement weather conditions
Lovely Christine watching over the rice!
Casey and Wiggles working hard…
The gang after a long field season
The children love looking at photos of themselves with digital cameras. They were such good models!
Diademed sifakas just hanging out, literally
This is what intrigued them so! Termites!
Any entomologists want to tell me what this is?
You might be a leaf chameleon (Brookesia superciliaris). But then again, you might not be…
The Indri (Indri indri) is the largest extant lemur
Look at that face!
Surveying the beauty of our surroundings (while pretending to do work…)
Parson’s chameleon (Calumma parsonii) doing his best to be inconspicuous
Almost ready to harvest the rice!
How’s that banana, Bema Luis?
Bema, you, ummm, have something in your teeth.
Believe it or not, this is a type of fungus. (I’m not sure I do…)
Is this real, or a painting?
Sometimes clothes fall apart in the field, and you have to make do. Duct tape pants!
The morning fog is clearing away to reveal the landscape
Even the flies are prettier in Madagascar!
He thinks he’s hiding!
The bustling metropolis of Antananarivo. It sprawls.
The Queen’s Palace, in the place of honor–the hilltop overlooking the capital
Piles and piles of produce at the open air market
Our remote lab in the field
Enjoying the rare sun during the winter season
Until next time!
It’s a jungle out there!