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Poetry from the Rainforest

March 8, 2013

Slugging through a dense and isolated tropical rainforest sounds like a nightmare for some, and a dream come true for others. After a full day of wet forest plants monitoring with the National Park Service Inventory & Monitoring Program (I&M) in Kalaupapa National Historical Park, your clothes are drenched, your botanical mind is racing, and you settle into a blissfully exhausted repose at camp. This is when some people begin to wax poetic…

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Waxing poetic in the field

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  1. Kulia permalink
    March 14, 2013 11:15 am

    a great example of leaving no trace…except not.

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