Galapagos Field Course for Educators w/optional Rainforest Extension

Mike Nolan mnolan at
Mon Oct 1 11:56:07 EDT 2001

LENGTH: 10 Days/9 Nights

DATES 2002: Jul 4-Jul 13

FIELD COURSE LEADER: Stam Zervanos, Ph.D. of Penn State University. Dr.
Zervanos has taught courses in biodiversity, ecology, evolution, 
comparative animal and mammalian physiology at Penn State. His research
has focused on physiological ecology, with an emphasis on
thermoregulation, hibernation and biological rhythms in such diverse
habitats as the deserts of Arizona, tundra of Alaska, coastal islands of
the eastern U.S. and rainforests of South America. Dr. Zervanos is the
author of over 25 research publications and has led groups to Galapagos
and Ecuador’s upper Amazon basin; Alaska; Australia and Tanzania. He can
be reached by e-mail: smz1 at or office phone: 610-396-6166.  

Bennett, Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Phone:

COST: 2650.00US per person. Based on 15 full-paying participants and
double occupancy.
Includes: Round-trip International airfare Miami-Quito, Ecuador-Miami;
Round-trip Domestic airfare Quito-Baltra, Galapagos-Quito; all
instruction and Guide services; meals and lodging as stated in the
itinerary; all ground, water and air transportation within Ecuador.
Does Not Include: Galapagos National Park tax (100.00US per person);
International airport departure tax (25.00US per person); gratuities and
personal items.

REGISTRATION: A 300.00 personal check, money order or cashiers check
should be sent to Rainforest and Reef (address below). 150.00 is
refundable up to 90 days prior to departure. 

AIRFARE: Round-trip reservations have been made Miami-Quito-Miami for
the group. Please contact Rainforest and Reef for details.


Mike Nolan

Rainforest and Reef 501 (c)(3) non-profit
29 Prospect NE Suite #8
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503 USA
Phone/Fax: 616-776-5928/Toll Free: 877-769-3086
Cell Phone: 616-813-9308
E-mail: mnolan at 
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