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Peter Cowen

Peter Cowen

The write up

Feb 10, 2009

Returning from my most memorable summer in the Peruvian Amazon, I have been working hard through the winter months on my Thesis.  After draft, after draft etc, it's all now done and dusted now, handed in to be marked and I am now waiting on my marks.

After studying a number of different species...

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Peter Cowen

Home and Dry!

Aug 21, 2008

After spending two months roughing it up in the jungles of Peru, I am now back in (not so) sunny England. The time spent in the jungle will be one of my most memorable experiences due to the things I've seen and the people I have met. Compared to my last expedition into the rainforest I feel that...

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Peter Cowen

Back from the wilderness!

Aug 10, 2008

After spending two weeks at another lodge to study some more, I am back and have now finished all of my data collection! It also explains the lack of posts for two weeks as I didn´t have any Internet access! The new site was perfect for my study as the majority of the trails and even the area...

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Peter Cowen

The long lost Red Bellied Macaw…...

Jul 22, 2008

There are a total of 20 species of parrots that are located in the lower Tambopata. Six of these are macaws, four parrots and the remaining parakeets and parrotlets. Size ranges from the largest, the Red and Green Macaw to the smallest the Amazonian Parrotlet. Of the six macaws the most endangered...

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