Robert Boyd: Second Post

This second week I worked out how to get enough filming around Spanish class. By filming early in the morning before class, I could leave the afternoons and/or evenings for studying.

As with the first week, I got a lot of footage of animal activity around the William and Mary campus. This includes a closer look at the ducklings, and some pollinating bees. I also traveled off campus into the Matoaka Woods, to get footage of an osprey, an active blue heron nest, and a deer fawn (among other things).

My fellow lab mates from the Parks research lab also came back from campus this particular week. I spent time traveling with them around campus to various park spaces, gathering footage of them as they used these park spaces. This acclimated me a little more to filming people.