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Singalila 2018 Recce Trip Report: Worth Pandering Too?

A young red panda in Singalila Forest We are very fortunate to be around at this time. OK we have to put up with bloody Brexit, buffoons like Boris and Trump and hideous, vacuous TV like Love Island (thank goodness for the off switch), but like no other generation we have the opportunity to indulge…

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Borneo 2018 Trip Report: Head in the Clouds, Feet in the Mud

Tropical rainforests are my favourite habitat and those that remain in Sabah, Borneo (the ones that have thus far avoided being felled to make way for oil palm) are amongst the very best there are anywhere in the world. I’ve been visiting Borneo now for 30 years and it remains one of my favourite haunts,…

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Yellowstone 2018 Trip Report: Northern Exposure

A cottonwood encrusted with hoar frost in the Lamar Valley In a previous life, I think I might have been a cowboy. I love the American West: the grandeur of the landscape, the culture, the turbulent recent history, the spectacular wildlife, and of course the movies. Whenever, I visit Montana and Wyoming, I genuinely feel…

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Tanzania 2017 Trip Report: Southern Serengeti Migration

One of East Africa’s most recognisable birds, the lilac-breasted roller What might you regard as the greatest wildlife show on earth? An impossible subjective question of course, and one to which there are several potential worthy answers. High up the list of contenders must be the annual migration of wildebeest, zebra and other game around…

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India’s Wild Cats 2017 Trip Report

Magical early morning light filters through the forest canopy in Kanha It is, in many ways, remarkable that India, the world’s second most populous country should still harbour populations of many species of large mammal, and especially apex predators like big cats. India is the only country in the world with four species of big…

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Ladakh 2017 Trip Report: Searching for Snow Leopards

Typical snow leopard terrain in Ladakh Back in 2006 the BBC broadcast the first series of Planet Earth. It was a landmark production, five years in the making and at the time, the most expensive natural history documentary ever made. Arguably the stand out and most talked about sequence from the eleven episodes was of…

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Costa Rica 2016 Trip Report: First Impressions for Photography

Costa Rica is a diminutive country that has long been an established wildlife destination. Renowned for its remarkable biodiversity, well protected forests (one third of the land mass is national parks and private reserves), accessibility and high standards. Its proximity to the States has certainly been influential and it is already a very popular winter…

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Papua New Guinea 2016 Trip Report

Papua New Guinea is one of the world’s least-explored regions. Few destinations conjure more remote or evocative visions, with many areas still largely untouched by time and Western influence. It is a place where pristine rainforests harbor an intriguing array of wildlife, and tribal peoples live in ways that have changed little in centuries. Not…

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