The island is full of tons of semi-feral and owned but free running dogs. Most are pretty friendly, some not so much. Our SFS center pack consists of four that hang around pretty often. One of them, Jeffrey, enjoys breaking into the center by pawing open the gate only to be picked up by someone and thrown out again. We briefly had anther addition, Nugget, after a couple of students brought back an abandoned puppy. She was an adorable mutt (as with all dogs on the island) and was permitted to live in the center for a couple of days. A friend coerced her parents into adopting it so we were able to send her to an pet adoption agency on Provo where she'll have to stay before someone is able to take her back to the States. She awesome to have around and is probably now the most photographed dog on the island.
Lots of other stories but I will keep this short. I've managed to get out a couple of times to look for stuff to photograph. Found a cooperative Reddish Egret this morning and was photographing him when 25 or so Tri-Colored Herons decided to join in the fun too. Also took a trip out to Long Cay across the channel from the center and managed a few photos of the endangered Turks and Caicos iguana and curly-tailed lizards.
Next week entails a couple of final exams and an ID quiz so I should be staying pretty busy. Also get to go try to catch some sharks tomorrow night so no complaints.
I hope this finds of of you well! Looking forward to catching up with everyone when I make it back.