Wildlife Travel Blog
Wildlife travel is a passion of mine – I love and seek out authentic wildlife encounters and nature trips. As more animals go extinct every year and habitat is lost it’s important to try to engage in responsible wildlife tourism whenever possible. Read my best wildlife stories here.
Newest Wildlife Encounters:
Some of Costa Rica’s most dazzling glass frogs, dart frogs, leaf frogs and tree frogs caught on camera.
In the wild, untamed jungles of Costa Rica searching for venomous snakes.
Wildlife watching fun at Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica. See some of the country’s most iconic critters with ease.
Costa Rica’s most diverse and pristine rainforest. Abundant wildlife and untouched beaches await travelers who visit.
I’m in the Sonoran Desert tracking down a famous desert dweller that glows in the dark – scorpions.
I’m in the Sonoran Desert outside the Phoenix city limits searching for rattlesnakes after dark. Did I find any.. and did I leave without a bite?
I’m plunging into the ocean with the world’s largest fish – whale sharks! Hundreds are gathered off the coast of Cancun and they’re literally bumping into me as I swim with them!
Visiting the Parque Natural Rio Lagartos in Northern Yucatan, Mexico before heading to the Ek Balam ruins. A boat ride to watch flamingos & wildlife before a natural salt mud bath and a visit to the nearby town.
I’m in Belize on the hunt for whale sharks – but I’m not watching them from the boat, I’m plunging into the water to scuba dive and snorkel with the world’s largest fish. Don’t miss the photos and video from my incredible and unforgettable experience!
Chasing gray whales, sea lions, dolphins and more! Review and pictures from San Diego whale watching tour in January 2013 with Pacific Nature Tours.
A spiny lizard sunbathes on the side of a rock. Picture taken in Southwest New Mexico. While hiking at the Gila Cliff Dwellings I stumbled across multiple lizards, their scales so spiky I found them to be very unique and interesting.
A Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel poses for me on one of the lookout points during my day-trip to Bryce Canyon National Park.