Today, we woke to a quiet morning. The gibbons spoke only a few howls through the trees, far from the cabins. We prepared for the day, which held presentations in the morning, and hiking to tiger kill sites in the afternoon. Like most mornings, the group met Francie for breakfast at 8 a.m. We were served rice, and a warm soup with cooked radish in it. After breakfast and dishes were done, everyone walked up the hill to the classroom. Tome gave a short presentation on how the research station immobilizes (darts) tigers after catching them in the snare.