Galapagos: Fins And Feathers, Swimming And Schooling!
Charles Darwin spent only five weeks in the Galapagos, but the visit contributed immensely to his thinking about natural selection, the theory that literally rocked the world. The Tropical Conservation Semester just returned from three ...read more
Tropical Conservation Semester Returns from the Coast
Ceiba’s primary conservation programs are centered in and around the Lalo Loor Dry Forest reserve, on the coast of Ecuador, where the TCS program just spent an enjoyable, educational, and hard-working week. Students learned about ...read more
United Nations Supports Ceiba’s Earthquake Recovery Program
Carolina Toapanta, Ceiba’s Executive Director in Ecuador, and board member Steve Webster, have been working hard to cement a collaboration with the United Nations’ Development Programme (UNDP) to provide long-term support for our earthquake recovery ...read more
Un-Bear-able! Tropical Conservation Semester Students Observe Rare Andean Bears
The Tropical Conservation Semester students couldn’t pass up the opportunity to spend their weekend searching for the elusive Spectacled Bear, Tremarctos ornatus. The only bears in South America, where they also are known as Andean ...read more