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Madagascar Here We Come!

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The time has come! You've been waiting and now I am super enthusiastic to announce that we are launching a new trip to the world's fourth largest island, Madagascar! This island is a continent apart from anywhere else I have been in Africa. Nearly all of the lemurs, chameleons, geckos, flowers, and trees are found only in this little corner of the ...
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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 ...
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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. emba...
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Gorilla Trekking with the Wildlife Conservation Society

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In January, Wildland Adventures partnered with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) for a breathtaking and once-in-a-lifetime chance to view mountain gorillas in the wild, up-close and unencumbered. Our guests and their team of naturalist guides and native trackers bushwhacked through Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Rwanda's Volcanoes Na...
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Birding in Colombia - The Heart of the World

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Isolated geologically for millenniums, and politically for decades, the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta is now open for exploration and on its way to becoming the mecca of bird watching world.   Colombia is home to almost 20% of the world's bird species with over 1,950 birds being recorded within its borders and more ...
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