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Part 2: A Closer Look at Elephants & People in Zimbabwe

Conservation trips in Zimbabwe
In the second part of this Closer Look a Zimbabwe I'd like to share our conservation efforts that are an integral part of our new Water for Hwange Safari departing June 2019 and how you can be a part of it. (Check out Part 1 if you haven't already read it)Our Water for Hwange Safari is a special opportunity to be immersed into a symb...
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Part 1: A Closer Look at Elephants & People in Zimbabwe

A Closer Look at travel to Zimbabwe
​"They are coming here next to go after Zim's elephants," he said. "It's a mafia network of spies with connections at all levels of society. We're ramping up to do all we can to stop them." I was at the Victoria Falls airport a few years ago on a custom safari in Zimbabwe when I unknowingly struck up a conversation with an attaché of the U.S. embas...
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Panama Ranks #1 For Birding In Central America!

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As the director of our trips to Central America, I was excited to see Panama take the lead in the 4th Global Big Day this past month. The event is a 24-hour global birding binge to see how many birds species can be spotted. Panama recorded 750 species, coming in 6th place worldwide, ranking 1st place in Central America (Costa Ri...
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How to Include Parque Patagonia in Your Chile Itinerary

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 "May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds." —Edward Abbey In January 2018 Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President and CEO of Tompkins Conservation, signed the decrees creating Pumalín National Park an...
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Amazing Places to Stay: The macaws of Tambopata Research Center

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The most remote jungle lodge in the Amazon, Tambopata Research Center is not only a beautiful place to stay and see wildlife, but it also fuels some amazing conservation work. Since 1989, TRC has served as headquarters for the Tambopata Macaw Project, a research and conservation project financed jointly by the Wildlife Conservat...
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