Nov 252016
 
Golden Spectacled Bear (The real Paddington bear)

By: Michael Tweddle Lucky to share this natural instinct by enjoying and admiring wildlife. Life has led me to travel to such places that when I was a child taught me characters as Jacques Cousteau and TV documentaries such as the National Geographic, Transtel Cologne and BBC among others. Happy today, after thirty years taking […]

Mar 022014
 
NON-PROFIT expedition workshop to see polar bears in Svalbard, 2014

Join us on a once-in-a-lifetime voyage in the High Arctic to experience polar bears in their environment, while learning about their biology, their current and future status, the threats against them, and what you can do to help protect them. While we will provide and ensure the full experience that a regular small-ship expedition cruise […]

Aug 282013
 
Adventures of a Nature Photographer: The Ocelot

What is the work of a nature photographer really like? Adventures, beautiful landscapes, expeditions and wild animals? Have you ever wondered how all these breathtaking pictures are made? I, for sure, did. This is why I created “Adventures of a Nature Photographer”. I want to share my experiences with you. Come with me on expedition […]

Aug 212013
 
Hope for the Red-knobbed Curassow

The Red-knobbed Curassow is an endangered species from Brazil. Once inhabiting the Atlantic Forest, it is very hard to find nowadays. Its population is decreasing due to hunting and deforestation. Some of them can still be found in the preservation units of Espirito Santo. Leonardo Merçon found a whole group of Red-knobbed Curassows nearby the […]

Apr 272013
 
Costa Rica Update

My second tour complete, so naturally, lots of editing waiting on the hard drives. Both of the 2013 tours were very successful, wonderful guests, amazing nature to see and photograph. This most recent trip was exceptional as we were able to stand in a farmers field and watch Quetzals with their nest. A tree line […]

Apr 172013
 
The Wild Ponies Of Chincoteague Island, VA

I had the privilege of visiting Chincoteague Island and Assateague Island, in Virginia, during mid-February ’13. Chincoteague is a quaint, friendly town and Assateague Island was abundant with wildlife. I had my sights set on finding the famous Chincoteague Ponies, known worldwide for the pony swim and penning that occurs yearly on the last Wednesday […]

Mar 232013
 
The great migration - circle of life

Every year thousands of wildebeest moving to the Ndutu-Plains in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania to give birth of their calves. In the Ndutu-Plains they find best conditions, because the grass there has special minerals that are important in the first weeks for rearing the calves. Within 3 to 4 weeks up to 500000 […]

Jan 132013
 
Wildlife Flash Photography Tips at Dawn and Dusk

Dusk and dawn are photographically magical times of the day for flash photography. The sky is usually at it very best 15 to 30 minutes before and after the sun has risen or set, that is weather permitting of course. Combine these rich colours creating stunning backdrops with an interesting well-lit subject at exactly the […]

Nov 262012
 
Bee on Fire

This bee is on fire, making one last attempt to change a breeze’s direction, castaway seeds struggling to keep up. • Honey bee | Apis mellifera