Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Cascades D’Ouzoud

  This week we had a couple of days off and took advantage with a wee road trip to the Cascades D’Ouzoud.  A wonderful set of waterfalls in the centre of Morocco.       We had all heard about the … Continue reading

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PSGB conference

Last week I was at the PSGB conference (Primate Society of Great Britain) to present a poster of the study on tourism effect on anxiety and physiological stress levels of Barbary macaques in Morocco. It is always great to have … Continue reading

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Wild Christmas

As we all know, Christmas is approaching and with everything that that implies. However, since Morocco is a Muslim country and thus does not celebrate Christmas, there is not much around to remind us about it. But shame on us … Continue reading

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Hello everybody

I am Sandra, a PhD student of the University of Lincoln. I will give you news about my field work here in Morocco. For the moment I work with two groups: the Green Group, and a group living near a … Continue reading

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Mini Monkeys

I’ve been struggling for a few weeks trying to come up with a subject to write about. For the time being, I’ve been living and working in Morocco for the past 9 months so I can assure you that by … Continue reading

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