Hello! My name is Mrs. Clark. Please join me as I travel to study the mammals of Nova Scotia!

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Westward Ho!

As I look back on the Earthwatch Mammal Expedition I cannot even put into words the experience it has been in Nova Scotia. The entire time I was surrounded by wonderful smart people, the housing, weather, and food were awesome. My mind is full of a multitude of new information and I know with stick with me forever. Much of this information was on the blog but there is yet more. Spending time outside while contributing to the research of Dr. Neumann and Dr. Buesching's data was very enjoyable. I had no major technology failure and kept in good contact with my students and community while on expedition. I would highly suggest to anyone who saw themselves in my shoes for any or all of my Earthwatch expedition to have as many conversations with me as they want when I am back. This is because until you experience Earthwatch Expeditions you cannot put your mind around what it has to offer you.


  1. I can't believe that your already coming back
    ~Chris Geniesse in your 6th Grade AG Class

  2. Wow, Just linked to your page my the common earth watchers blog through Ms. Livingston's blog on Nova Scotia Biota from 2008-2009. You mention seeing oneself in your shoes and though I haven't delved into your history, I'd love to open a dialog about what all Earth watches is. sounds to me like something moving in the right direction. As a fellow natural scientist, I'd like to know more. Thanks, Justin