From: Linda Zajac
September 24, 2012 at 09:43PM
I am finally at a lull and can spare some time to post. I am quite grateful to the folks at Woods Hole for giving me the opportunity to hear scientists, learn about research and view labs and technology. I came back all charged up to write some fresh stories.
These photographs were taken at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. When the land was given to WHOI, there was a stipulation in the agreement that WHOI had to take care of the pet cemetery. My goodness they had a lot of pets. I spotted the osprey nest on the premises, but apparently the birds don’t like peeping Toms. I was told the nest was currently unoccupied. Afterward, I found the osprey cam website.
One day we visited the site of some research projects such as this marsh study. Another day, I went with another fellow to interview a scientist and wound up in the wrong building. OMG, I haven’t laughed so hard since before my mother died last year. It was great to feel like myself again.