With summer approaching, the countdown is on for Birdfair 2016 and we are delighted to be exhibiting again this year. The event is held at Rutland Water from Friday 19 to Sunday 21 August 2016.
Some of the Wildlife Worldwide team will be giving a range of fascinating talks in the lecture marquees during the weekend.
Speakers include acclaimed wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt, expert birder Barrie Cooper and members of staff such as Chris Breen, Nick Joynes… Read on
Enjoy unparalleled sightings of brown bears this summer at the remote Grizzly Camp on the Taku River, where a pristine wilderness (and plenty of bears!) awaits you.
Viewing of the grizzlies is at close quarters, accompanied by local naturalist guides, allowing you to photograph them in extraordinary intimacy. Or you may wish to simply sit and watch these incredible mammals in their natural environment, just metres away - a humbling and unique… Read on
Join us this June on a polar bear voyage around Spitsbergen’s magnificent coastline and save 50% on selected cabin types on board the Ortelius vessel..
Spitsbergen (known as Svalbard) plays host to a huge variety of wildlife, including Arctic fox, walrus, seals and whales, and of course the iconic polar bear. On our North Spitsbergen voyage, you will spend time sailing along the edge of - and even through - pack ice in search of polar… Read on
Arrangements are already well under way for our 25th anniversary Festival of Wildlife in Borneo next year, and I recently made a visit to the Danum Valley to check the logistics for this unique tour.
An hour’s flight from Kota Kinabalu got me to Lahad Datu, a growing town of 250,00 inhabitants, with a remarkable 45 ethnic groups. Having met our local team, I headed by 4x4 to Borneo Rainforest Lodge with my guide for the next few days, Calixtus, who has worked as a senior guide at the… Read on
Sometimes when you go on a wildlife holiday everything clicks, the right animals and birds are in the right places at the right time - as was the case in South Luangwa. On our first game drive we had wild dog, tree climbing leopard, lion and a multitude of elephants.
The visit to the bats was something difficult to describe but to watch around 9 million bats leaving the roost at dusk and returning at daybreak is something to behold.
In the Bangweulu wetlands of Northern Zambia and with the help of ecologist Frank Willems, we were able to find… Read on
To simply watch the Southern Resident Killer Whales is only part of the joy of knowing them. As with any family there is a long-standing history and telltale social interactions that a trained eye can reveal, giving witnesses a glimpse into lives of sophistication beyond our current understanding. It is a privilege to be intimately acquainted with the lives of these much-loved Killer Whales, a group of animals that have been recognized around the world and immortalized in pop-culture and film. Below is a brief introduction to these three iconic families.
J Pod whales can be affectionately referred to as the ‘resident’ Southern Resident’s - due to their spending the largest amount of time in BC and Washington State’s coastal waters throughout the entire year. As per the Centre for Whale Research’s 2015 population… Read on