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Nectarivorous birds in the pollination network of the upper montane forest of the Andes.

April 10, 2014
Ms. Joni Ellis
Optics for the Tropics

Dear Ms. Joni:

I am writing to say thank you very much for your support to my project. The binoculars that Optics for the Tropics provided me were used and are still being used for students and volunteers of one of the poorest regions in Peru; they are learning how to identify birds and are motivated in getting deep into environmental sciences.

The photographic report attached here shows myself and these local students and volunteers in different locations in Huanuco, Peru; using Optic for the Tropic’s binoculars. Detail on my research is found in my web page: http://plaza.ufl.edu/pajarologo/research.html as you can see in the acknowledgements, I recognized Optic for the Tropics for your sponsorship in my project.

Feel free to contact me for more details on the research that I am still working on in Peru.

Best regards,

Oscar Gonzalez

PhD . Candidate
University of Florida
Phone (Until May 1, 2014):
352-214-5082
pajarologo@ufl.edu