Adélie Penguins: the Little People of the Antarctic

Described as “an object of endless pleasure and amusement” by Apsley Cherry-Garrard, survivor of Robert Falcon Scott’s ill-fated Terra Nova expedition to the South Pole, the Adélie penguin stands with the regal and iconic emperor penguin as one of only […]

Australasian Birdfair 2017 and Wildlife Tourism Australia

by Steve Grainger The Australasian Birdfair held in Sydney 2017, provides a platform for birdwatchers, researchers and conservationists to connect, share knowledge, plan trips and tours and discuss all things birds and wildlife. Many exhibitors came from around Australia and other […]

Light in the Land of the Midnight Sun

The midnight sun, also known as the polar day, is a natural phenomenon seen within the Arctic and Antarctic circles. During the polar summer, the sun stays above the horizon 24 hours a day – meaning no sunrise or sunset, […]