We started off the morning with an exciting ZOOMBA led by Nick. The zoomba was an hour long dance session that got everyone’s blood pumping. We had a morning of literature, math and history. After lunch we headed out for the afternoon to collect data for our Human Ecology projects. For these projects students are broken into groups and create naturalist guides for the birds, reptiles, trees, insects and shells of Southern Eleuthera. This includes finding, identifying, photographing and studying organisms of each of these categories. After a rigorous afternoon in the field we all enjoyed some free time to explore and relax. All in all it was a productive and enjoyable day.
Helen B & Alex