I did a lot of research. So I have to credit two people, O’Neil at the Field Museum in Chicago, but also Dean Amidon who was curator of ornithology at the American Museum. And he’s the one that really encouraged me to go ahead and do this down in Guyana. I’d met him and he was the kind of guy that would encourage a young person to go do some of these things. So I consulted with Dean Amidon quite a bit, as my trip was developing as a learning more about harpy eagles, I would communicate with him.