This fourth morning started out wet and got most of us drenched before any work could be done. Good thing we were (mentally) prepared for the tropics… A large part of it was spent waiting for the storm to pass. When the rain lightened up, it was decided that large rocks were to be removed from the landing site, before any landing practices were carried out. Everyone but the photographer, i.e. me, got their hands dirty.


The retrieved plane was made the designated training plane, surviving a few cracks on its fuselage and receiving many tape reinforcements.


Did you know that this trip to BCI would also mean Conservation Drones training their first female pilot(s)?!? Impressive.



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