The Atacama provided a wide variety of desert and saltpan scenery and an amazing range of colours, particularly at the beginning and the end of the day. The Tatio Geysers were the best we have seen anywhere, although they only function for a couple of hours at dawn each day. Our guide, Patrick, struck the right balance between scenery and wildlife...
Monday, November 26, 2007
Thursday, November 22, 2007
'Rain Didn't Stop Owl Play' -
Up to 40 people braved the autumnal Hampshire downpours and joined Wildlife Worldwide at the Hawk Conservancy in Andover on Tuesday 20th November for a presentation by local naturalist, wildlife photographer and television presenter Chris Packham...
Sunday, November 18, 2007
I woke up early on the morning of day 3 at about 5am, the world had stopped moving and I could not hear any wind or waves. I drew back the curtains and there it was; icebergs, snow, mountains, Antarctica!!!. We were sailing between the mainland and the outlying islands. I rapidly got ready and rushed upstairs on deck.
There are moments in life which stick in the memory for ever. This was one. It had definitely been worth it...
Thursday, November 15, 2007
Clem is no stranger to India, but in November 2006 she took a trip to the western side of the country to visit the areas of Sasangir National Park and Rann of Kutch Wildlife Sanctuary.
Please click here to read Clem's full report of this fabulous trip.
Thursday, November 1, 2007
Simon Crosbie has recently departed on a life-changing experience. By coincidence, prior to attending our Costa Rican evening in November, Simon had already decided that he was heading over to South America to take part in volunteer conservation projects. You can keep up with Simon's activities in South America, and read all about his 'Jewels of Costa Rica' trip later in the year, by checking the Travelogue...
Click here for Simon's Travelogue