Wabash Blogs Immersion 2008: Everglades

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A walk through Corkscrew Sanctuary

Steve Charles—We've been having trouble getting to wi-fi connections while camping, but the students have been studying at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary and Ding Darling National Wildlife Sanctuary before getting ready to head home today. They've been blogging, too, though I doubt I'll have time to get those blogs loaded while I wait for our plane here at the Miami Airport.

So, in case they call the flight before I can finish those, here's a photo album from Wednesday, when the students got a close up look a the foraging behavior of egrets, herons, and ibises (ibi?) at Corkscrew Sanctuary.

In photo: Phil Rushton, Professor Krohne, Max Bader, and Jeff Austen observing wading birds at the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island.