Today we continued with our morning and afternoon trapping, working on building the research station, and searching for deer scat.
We'll continue to monitor the small mammals surrounding Cook's Lake in this way for the remainder of the trip, but we'll also will be learning about the geology of the area tomorrow, and then surveying for bats on Thursday night.
Today's question: What type of environmental research project do you think we should do when I return? (Earthwatch expects us to do something as a result of our work in Nova Scotia)
- Mr. Greenslate