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Polar Bears of Churchill

My fascination for polar bears started when I was a child, and grew while watching BBC wildlife documentaries about the winter seal hunt, when polar bears need to put on enough fat before the ice melts in order to survive a summer on land with little in the way of food.

As more and more concerns were raised about their survival, linked to the issues of climate change, I thought that my chance for an eye-to-eye encounter was now or never. So it was with excitement that I set off for Canada, flying to Winnipeg for a night before continuing north to Churchill on… Read on

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Kayaking with Whales

I’ve always loved being on water, but the kayaking in British Columbia is truly amazing. I was privileged to see not only humpback whales and a pod of orcas cruising past, but also porpoises, dolphins, seals, sealions and deer in the camp itself, and more bald eagles than ever before - as well as enjoying a day trip up Glendale Cove for some of the world’s best grizzly bear watching.

My heart was pounding as I paddled through the narrow channel that led into the choppy waters of a staggeringly beautiful stretch of coastal scenery - Blackfish Sound.  Ignoring the distant misty-green mountains of the Great Bear Rainforest, over the slap of water against the fibreglass hulls… Read on

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Marwell's Zany Zebra Prize Draw

We are delighted to announce the winner of our competition - in conjunction with Marwell - 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 in summer 2016 was to highlight the work being done by the charity to protect the endangered Grevy’s zebra in the wild. Marwell’s ‘Zany Zebra’ fiesta… Read on

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The Grey Whales of Baja California

Travel Writer Sarah Marshall recently travelled with us to Mexico's Baja California to see the extraordinary wealth of wildlife that resides in and passes through this region.

Earlier this year, I joined the merry throng as part of the Ocean Giants of Baja California trip, on board the excellent 24-passenger tourist vessel The Searcher, one of only a handful of ships with permits to visit protected sites along the Baja Peninsula. Our trip to see the grey… Read on

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Birding in South Australia

South Australia offers some 440 species of Australian birds, and habitat areas comprise a mix of waterways, wetlands and mudflats, heath and hilly timbered areas, the famous semi-dry mallee, and the deserts. There are several distinct habitat types in South Australia, each with its own complement of endemic avifauna.

There are a number of good wetland sites that always carry a good range of water birds, plus in the summer months they are often loaded with migratory waders. Some of these are north of Adelaide and some south, each warranting separate day trips. In the north is St. Kilda, Port Gawler and a number… Read on

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Conservation South Luangwa

We are passionate about conservation and here at Wildlife Worldwide, Zambia's South Luangwa is close to our heart. Indeed our founder, Chris Breen, used to work as a safari guide in the valley, and we have been sending people there since the company was born over 20 years ago.

Thanks to you, our wonderful clients, we were recently delighted to be able to donate £1,500 to Conservation South Luangwa - a fantastic charity devoted to saving the wildlife of this beautiful national park. The money will go towards supporting the remarkable detection dog unit in three… Read on

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