This week we’re bringing you our favorite Virtual Classroom videos! These were produced by the extra special 2013 cohort of Resident Naturalists, with the technical expertise of photojournalism intern Kristy Densmore. Each video covers a different topic in a few short minutes. They are fun, educational,and proof that we have the best Resident Naturalists ever! Want to see more? You can also search “UGA Costa Rica Virtual Classroom” on Youtube or visit our page.
In this short video Freelance Naturalist Alexa Stickel tackles the subject of Nocturnal Predation.
2013 Resident Naturalist Alex Wright does an excellent job giving a brief Introduction to Interdependent Relationships.
Resident Naturalist Katie Lutz gives us tons of fun facts about The Cecropia Tree.
Water Quality Intern Marley Connor presents a great run-down of Water Quality in the Bellbird Biological Corridor.
Finally, Katie brings it home with a super cool lesson on Bats!
Well that’s all for now. Make sure you check out our Youtube account for more Virtual Classroom videos and for the other fun videos we post!