The year 2022 was marked by the lifting of restrictions imposed at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, bringing a resurgence of outdoor activities and observations. While this year’s issue remains fairly slim, we have already begun to see an increase in submissions towards the end of 2022, which should be reflected in a more substantial 2023 issue. The 2022 issue of Living World Journal comprises an Editorial, two Research Papers, two Nature Notes and the regular Report of the Trinidad and Tobago Bird Status and Distribution Committee.
UPCOMING EVENTS (2023)
Monthly Meeting: 14th September
Lecture: Natural History of T&T’s Amphibians
Presenter: Renoir Auguste
Meeting will held in person at St. Mary’s College.
Bird Group: 17th – Pitch Lake
Herp Group: Project – Monitoring frogs (NE Tobago)
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