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Category Archive for 'Puerto Rico'

Photos and text by Sally Kneidel, PhD Driving from the coast to the town of Jayuya in La Cordillera Central is not easy. Although the mountain roads of Puerto Rico are paved, most are extremely narrow and curvy. On our drive from Playa Lucia, we arrived in Jayuya after dark, and tooled around the town […]

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All photos and text by Sally Kneidel, PhD The variety in Puerto Rico surprised us. We started off in  Old San Juan with its pink buildings, steep and narrow blue-cobblestoned roads, and historic elegance. We drove from there to our dream destination: El Yunque Caribbean National Forest, which didn’t disappoint. We spent a couple of […]

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Text and photos by Sally Kneidel, PhD We visited our son Alan in Puerto Rico in March. He’s working there temporarily, collecting data on the island’s bird populations for a project based at NC State. I wrote on April 5 more about Alan’s job. I also wrote about the day we spent in historic Old […]

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Photos and text by Sally Kneidel, PhD I  went to Puerto Rico in March 2010 with my family, to visit our son Alan. My family in San Juan: Ken, Sadie, Alan, and Matt Alan is temporarily living in Puerto Rico, doing bird research for NC State. He and his team are studying the use of […]

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