Munk School Fellowship in Global Journalism

At the University of Toronto. Teaching scholars and professionals how to cover their disciplines as journalists for media around the world.

Nationalpost — Bats and more: an astonishing array of wildlife greets visitors to Borneo’s Gunung Mulu

BY BURTON LIM (FGJ ‘13) The low, steady rumbling roar sounded like a storm was blowing in. But when I looked up, I saw only sunlight piercing the dense jungle canopy. A few minutes later, however, the source of the sound became apparent in a nearby clearing: I stood in awe as a continuous stream of bats flowed across the sky, moving together as if choreographed. Read more

Nationalpost — Bats and more: an astonishing array of wildlife greets visitors to Borneo’s Gunung Mulu

BY BURTON LIM (FGJ ‘13) The low, steady rumbling roar sounded like a storm was blowing in. But when I looked up, I saw only sunlight piercing the dense jungle canopy. A few minutes later, however, the source of the sound became apparent in a nearby clearing: I stood in awe as a continuous stream of bats flowed across the sky, moving together as if choreographed. Read more

  • 23 September 2013