[The following contribution is by Ant Course participant Eunice Soh]
Just taking a break from the ant work now... Anyway, the field site we're at is beautiful and there's a good diversity of animals.
The place where we stay, at the Makerere University Biological Field Station, at the heart of Kibale Forest, Western Uganda.
Here's the friendly "neighbourhood" monkey that hangs around, the Red-and-White Colobus Monkey!
A very cool blue lizard spotted by one of the participants of the Ant Course.
Snooping around the forest, I found many beetles, especially weevils that come in many different colours and sizes...
The moth diversity is really amazing as well!
One last photo: an ant-mimicking fly, possibly.
So far, the weather, diversity and learning so much about ants has been really amazing and I wouldn't exchange it for anything else!