We are delighted to be teaming up with Marwell again this year with a chance to win a holiday for two to Kenya to see the endangered Grevy's zebra.
Located just outside our home city of Winchester, Marwell is a champion of wildlife conservation and their aim this summer is to highlight the work being done by the charity to protect the endangered Grevy’s zebra in the wild.
Marwell’s ‘Zany Zebra’ fiesta takes place… Read on
Explore the remote sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia, with its impressive scenery and probably more wildlife than anywhere else in the world. A birding paradise, it is home to over 150,000 pairs of king penguins, as well as chinstrap, gentoo and macaroni.
Book a twin cabin on our South Georgia voyage, departing 24 October 2016 on board the Ushuaia, and one of you pays just 50% of the voyage price.
Save up to £3,635 in a twin cabin, or over £6,000 in a suite! Read on
Combine Kicheche Laikipia and any of the Kicheche Mara Camps for 6 nights and pay for 5
Kicheche Laikipia Camp is perfectly situated for wildlife viewing in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, and offers an intimate stay with just six luxurious tents. Continue your wildlife safari with a stay at the world-renowned Masai Mara National Reserve, adn choose from a variety of… Read on
One could say it has been a whirlwind year for those who follow the Southern Resident Killer Whales. Starting from the tail end of a difficult 2014, and through to the early months of 2016, there was a near record number of births in this population, bringing reserved hope and optimism to the scientific community and everyone else who is enamored with these three families.
The boom started with the December birth of J50, or ‘Scarlet’ in 2014. She was followed closely by J51 ‘Nova’, L121 ‘Windsong’, and J52 ‘Sonic’; as well as J53, L123, J54 and J55 who are not yet named. These young whales receive a ceremonial welcome,… Read on
Floe Edge has to be one of the most remote places I have ever stayed. Five and a half hours’ flight north of Ottawa, followed by an overnight stay and then a three and a half hour skidoo journey to the camp, set centrally in a cavernous 25 kilometre-wide ocean inlet atop three metres of ice is no simple journey!
And the camp itself is on the edge of existence - it clings on for a mere three weeks of the year before the 24 hours of warming daylight almost miraculously breaks up the sheet ice and makes it impossible for the camp and its temporary inhabitants to stay.
The overnight stop is in Pond… Read on
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