Training kicked off in March at Nepal Engineering College in Kathmandu with a total of 41 participants representing 10 different academic institutions throughout Nepal.
Additionally, the team was able to provide educational outreach regarding conservation biology and global health to fourth and fifth graders at the Shee Janasudhar Basic School in Swoyambhu, Kathmandu. The next stop for Kyes was Tangkoko Nature Reserve in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, for the 23rd annual field course starting back up after a four year pandemic delay.
After a pandemic delay, it’s great to be back in N. Sulawesi, Indonesia for our 23rd yr of field training & outreach education in Tangkoko. A wonderful, long-term collaboration with Sam Ratulangi Univ @unsrat1961, the Primate Research Center-IPB Univ @PSSP_IPB & @Wa_NPRC @uwcgfs — Randy Kyes (@RCKGLOBAL) May 13, 2023