Grand Cayman, The Cayman Islands, Summer 2017. Myself and the research team at the Department of Environment are heading out for another day of data collection for my master’s thesis. Another day of transect surveys estimating invasive lionfish densities. Another day at sea, in awe of life beneath the waves. Today however, we are expecting…

Meet the bloggers of Wildlife Blogger of the Year 2018. You can read their full profiles, discover their blogs or follow them on social media. Don’t forget to vote for your favourite story! Abraham Chege Njenga Abraham’s orientation to the field of conservation was through his father who is a retired safari guide and naturalist. As…

It was getting cold. We were onboard an old science vessel, deep in the tranquil waters of Antarctica while travelling to the last continent to learn about the environment, the ecosystem and everything in between. Suddenly, we were awoken by the loudspeaker on our boat, still in a haze because the sun had only just…

I remember it just like it was yesterday. I volunteered with my first Canid species back in May 2016 at a wolf sanctuary in Reading, United Kingdom for a month, after making a career change from Electrical Engineering to Animal Care and Management at college. I had such a great time, and this led me…

It was Monday 6th March 2017 in Tsavo East National Park. I was in the company of students from the Wildlife Clubs of Kenya who were undertaking various diploma courses in the field of conservation, ranging from wildlife and tourism to tour guiding. I was enthusiastic to not only inspire but equip the trainees with knowledge, skills and attitudes to identify flora and fauna.  We…

We’re calling on writers and bloggers from around the world to put their favourite wildlife moment into the spotlight. We believe in the power of storytelling for positive change and are looking for stories that raise awareness about our planet’s incredible wildlife and help explore people’s connection with nature through travel. The Wildlife Blogger of…

An amazing panel of writers and bloggers will judge Wildlife Blogger of the Year 2018. Here are their full profiles. Dr Mark Avery Mark has been called Britain’s premier wildlife blogger. He worked for the RSPB for 25 years – and spent 13 years as their Conservation Director. Mark’s knowledge about nature conservation in the UK…

The Wildlife Blogger of the Year 2018 competition has opened for entries. We’re calling on bloggers from around the world to put their favourite wildlife moment into the spotlight, in 800 words or fewer. Sponsored by SWAROVSKI OPTIK and organised by Terra Incognita, the competition aims to celebrate storytelling for positive change, and has an…

At an event held on Australia’s remote Christmas Island, Indian Ocean Experiences were delighted to be awarded with a Terra Incognita Ethical Bird Tours Certificate. The certificate was presented to Lisa Preston (Indian Ocean Experiences) by Karenn Singer (Christmas Island Tourism) at the opening of the exciting annual Bird’n’Nature Week. Lisa was delighted with the recognition for their tours, which showcase the endemic…