Tag Archives: Biological Anthropology

ANABELLE’S DANTA FIELD COURSE EXPERIENCE- VIDEO

Do you have an interest in primates, birds, bats, tropical ecology and/or conservation?  Are you looking to gain valuable field experience?  Would you like to learn about other cultures?  Would you like to learn more about yourself? Anabelle Dunn shares a bit of her DANTA field course experience with us in this fabulous video. For more information about our tropical

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DANTA Welcomes Dr. Christina Campbell

DANTA is delighted to announce that Dr. Christina Campbell will guest lecture in our summer 2016 Primate Behavior and Conservation course to be held in the spectacular Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. Course dates are June 15-July 10, 2016. For more information about our training programs, please visit http://www.danta.info and/or email us at conservation@danta.info. Hope to see you in Costa Rica!

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METHODS IN PRIMATE BEHAVIOR AND CONSERVATION

Methods in Primate Behavior and Conservation Dates:   Summer Session: July 13 – July 28, 2018 Application deadline: Summer Session: June 15, 2018 Program fee: $2600 Location: Osa Conservation, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica Contact: Visit our website and/or email us at conservation@danta.info for more information Course Description This course is designed to provide students with field experience in primate behavior, ecology,

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Human Ecology and Tropical Conservation Field Course

Human Ecology and Tropical Conservation Dates: June 27 – July 10, 2016 Application deadline: May 15, 2016 Program fee: $2300 Instructor: Dr. Janette Wallis Location: Piro Research Station, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica Course Description This short course is designed to provide students with field experience in a great tropical setting, with an emphasis on current efforts to conserve tropical wildlife and their habitats. As

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DANTA Tropical Biology and Conservation Training Courses Winter 2016

Each year DANTA offers a number of training courses in various aspects of tropical biology. Typically, the courses are one month long but shorter courses are also offered through our organization. The courses are intended for undergraduates or early graduate level students who have a keen interest in tropical biology and conservation, but have little or no experience of working

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