Paddling through the massive Taxodium distichum near Weyanoke Point. #fotj2015 #vcuoap #vcu
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Rachel spotted this dragonfly during the teneral stage just beside the river. This one has just emerged from the aquatic larval stage, leaving behind its exuvia on the rock below. In a few moments this odonate will complete the transformation and take win
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Back around behind Hatcher's island. Getting a look at the historic course of the James. #fotj2016 #vcuoap #vcu
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Dr. Edward Crawford, VCU Biology professor and Director of Wetland Studies at the Rice Rivers Center, in his native habitat, the forested tidal wetland. The smile says it all! #fotj2015 #vcuoap #vcu
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Squad up! Everybody's packed and the stoke is high for Footprints on the James 2016! The boats are loaded and we're ready to put in tomorrow at Ancarrows landing to begin our journey. #vcu #vcuoap #fotj2016
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As an experiential education class, a huge part of Footprints is teaching our students how to understand responsible stewardship of our natural resources. Here Kevin Langlois, our VCU Outdoor Adventure Coordinator, introduces the students to the seven pri
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