Archive for May 2017

The Calm before the Crocin’ Storm

As May comes to an end it is time for our monthly adventure update! We wanted to start off by thanking all our loyal followers and those who have been supporters of the CRC. This month, while still busy, was like the calm before the storm, basically the perfect start for bringing in the wet…

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Breeding Season has the Crocs and the CRC on the move…

The Crocodile Research Coalition (CRC) started April with one of their favorite projects- Next Gen Croc!  We headed to Caye Caulker to conduct our nocturnal eyeshine surveys with the students from Ocean Academy, as well as joined the students for an Outreach Internship and Mentorship Day.  We were absolutely impressed with our students Annabella and…

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A Croc Jubilee! A Year of the CRC

On January 6, 2016, the Crocodile Research Coalition (CRC) was officially established by Dr. Marisa Tellez and Karl Kohlman.  The community throughout the Placencia Peninsula welcomed us with open arms to our mission, establishing fervor support amongst community members as well as strong partnership with the Placencia base environmental organizations the Southern Environmental Association (SEA), Fragments…

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It’s raining croc!

The previous 2 weeks have been very busy for myself and the Crocodile Research Coalition (CRC).  After returning to Placencia from the 24th Working Meeting of the IUCN/SSC-Crocodile Specialist Group in South Africa, I went full steam ahead with outreach and research (no rest for the wicked!).

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