Queen's University Biological Station

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY

Biological Station

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY

Biological Station

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QUBS is in full swing with lots of researchers here and two full-to-capacity field courses: Steven Cooke’s (Carleton) “Fish and Fisheries: Science, Conservation and Management” and “Ecology of Amphibians and Reptiles,” taught by Gabriel Blouin-Demers (Ottawa) and Stephen Lougheed (Queen’s), with Bill Halliday and Mark Szenteczki capably assisting.

  • Embarking on the great water snake hunt.

  • Helena meets her ophidian friend.

  • Suhas finding his swamp groove.

  • Camaraderie in the frog pit. Frog morphometrics.

  • More anuran camaraderie in the frog pit. Frog morphometrics.

  • Measuring a wood frog. Oh the concentration.

  • Working around the clock. Nocturnal fish observations.

  • A wee bit of seining.

  • Not sure of the message. Fatigue? Boyish insouciance? Allusion to the Rolling Stones?

  • Soemthing about a fish in the hand ...

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