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London: Discover Wrangel Island & Canada

Free entry. , 7:00 pm to at Grange Wellington Hotel, 71 Vincent Square, London SW1P 2PA, United Kingdom

Wrangel Island

Chris Breen will introduce you to Wrangel Island - one of the remotest wildlife locations on earth, located right at the top of the world between Russia and Alaska. Only accessible by boat and with 24 hours of daylight, this stunning location offers breathtaking scenery and spectacular ice floes. Encompassing both Wrangel and Herald Islands, Chris will share the phenomenal wildlife to be found here, which includes polar bear, Kamchatka brown bear and musk ox, as well as grey and humpback whales.

Speaker: Chris Breen

Photo of Chris Breen

Chris started out managing a lodge and working as a safari guide for a prestigious operator in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley. Subsequent experience in the travel industry back in the UK inspired him to found Wildlife Worldwide in 1992 ‘to do it properly’. Widely travelled and known throughout the industry, Chris is an inexhaustible font of knowledge.

Discover Western Canada

Join naturalist and photographer Lee Morgan as he takes us on a tour of his favourite places to view wildlife in western Canada. From the great Canadian Rockies through the little known deserts of the Southern Okanagan to the expansive rugged shorelines of the spectacular BC coast, there is something to interest every naturalist. From tiny pica to mighty moose, and majestic orcas to spectacular spirit bears… there are numerous iconic wildlife species that make this part of the world their home.

Speaker: Lee Morgan

Photo of Lee Morgan

Lee is a professional ecologist, naturalist, photographer and writer, and has guided a wide range of wildlife tours worldwide. As well as leading natural history cruises around Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, he has worked as a bear guide in the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, and has a particular passion for the wildlife of Canada’s Pacific Coast.

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