Read about highlights from recent tours to South Africa, Puerto Rico, Cambodia and Spain …

Despite the doom and gloom, there are positive things happening in the world right now – pollution levels have plummeted, Australia is recovering from the bush fires, over-crowded cities are having a breather and, most excitingly, you’ve got plenty of time to dream and plan your next wildlife holiday

In November 2019, Operations Manager, Ben Chapple, travelled to Ghana, where he encountered an astonishing variety of West African wildlife. Here he describes his experiences, and explains why now could be the perfect time to travel to this remarkable country.

I began noticing the common birds and butterflies around me, with the encouragement of my grandfather, at quite a young age and when I was about eight years old I had a close encounter with a Green Woodpecker that completely took my breath away ...

To keep spirits up, and to add a little ‘spice’ to our one outing for exercise per day, our office staff are doing a Lockdown Birdrace each week, during which we have 1 hour to go from our front door, on foot, to see as many species as possible on our own local patch, either alone or with partners, house mates or family.