A hunter-gatherer’s guide to the 21st century
Heying, Heather E
In 1994, we spent our first summer in graduate School at a tiny field station in the sarapiquí region of costa rica. Heather was studying dart-poison frogs; bret homed in on tentmaking Bats. Every morning we did fieldwork in the rain forest, Where it was green and lush and dark. We remember a particular afternoon in july. A pair of macaws Flew overhead, silhouetted against the sky. The river was cool and Clear, and trees full of orchids crowded the bank. It was a perfect Antidote to the sweat and heat of the day. On beautiful afternoons Like this one, we would walk across the paved road that went all the Way to the capital, onto a smaller dirt road, and cross a steel bridge That spanned the río sarapiquí, to take a swim at the beach below. We paused on the bridge to admire the view: the river wending Its way between walls of forest, a toucan flying between trees, the Distant calls of howler monkeys.
جهت استعلام قيمت و سفارش چاپ اين محصول لطفا با انتشارات گنج حضور تماس حاصل فرماييد