Category: travel

Africa: So Many Species of Mammals- How is that Possible?

First, my apologies for the long dry spell here. You know… life. As some of you may know, I’ve just returned from spending the past month in Africa and Europe. The heart of the trip was an 11 day safari in Botswana. This was my first experience in Africa, and my first time seeing the remarkable abundance of wildlife that…

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News! Tours and Workshops Website

Pardon the lack of natural history in this post, and the slice of shameless self-promotion, but I’ve just launched a new website and I’d love for you to have a look, and let me know what you think. The new site is dedicated to my guiding services and is your ticket to the best photography, natural history, and wilderness trips in Alaska.…

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Looking South- Macaws return to Argentina’s Ibera

For the first time in nearly 200 years, Green-winged Macaws, an iconic bird of the Neotropics are flying free over Argentina’s Ibera Wetlands. (This post may seem a bit out of character for this usually arctic-centric blog, but I have a strong affinity for the tropics. As we fall deeper into winter’s darkness and cold here in Fairbanks, you can count…

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