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Biogeography of the Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands are one of the most interesting places on the planet, having the opportunity to observe these vistas firsthand has been one of the highlights of my career. Biogeography of the Galapagos Islands (Bio 393) is a course offered each spring (next offered May 2024). Photos and videos from past classes are found below;  click here for more videos and click here for a brochure for the 2024 trip.

Documents for the 2024 trip can be found here.

Please contact the travel office or ben.brammell@asbury.edu for further information. 

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Blue footed boobie on Santa Cruz - Smaller .JPG
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