My new Sri Lanka tour is now posted. This is an amazing trip with a truly wonderful local guide, Uditha Hettige. We will go to places that I visited in 2013 and add a few new destinations to make this trip a winner for mammals and much more.
Greetings from the Canadian Winter! The worst for a long time.
I have a new email: it is a gmail.com account, starting with fiona.reid7243
I have some great trips coming up, please check under Tours for details:
2014 Amazon River tour with OBC. Feb 21-Mar 04. Bats will be the emphasis, but we will also see some rare primates, river dolphins, Hoatzin and other wildlife, big and small. Feburary – March.
2014 Nicaragua. March 15-22. Great location with wonderful outings to see nature in all its glory in NIcaragua. Almost sold out!
2015 Sri Lanka. Jan 11- 25. Our last trip was astounding – 61 species of mammals seen in the wild, including all the cats! Returning in January with a small group.
2015 South Africa. March. Special adventure to search out Aardvark, Aardwolf, Black-footed Cat and much more. March.
Costa Rica – Feb 11-25, 2012
A new tour, similar to 2011 but with an extra night and a trip to the remote Osa Peninsula, home of the wilderness species of the region. Ever popular, this trip takes you to my favorite places in the country, based on over 25 tours I have led there!
We had a great trip with about 240 species of birds and 43 species of mammals seen!
Sri Lanka. Nov 28 to Dec 10, 2012
All-new tour! A safari in search of mammals, birds and more – see Leopards at Yala, Purple-faced Leaf Monkeys, Gray Slender Loris at Sigiriya, and Blue and Sperm Whales at Mirissa. See Tours for details.
This tour is sold out, contact me if you wish to be put on a waiting list.
Tour Report: Argentina and Chile. November 1- 16, 2010:
This was a truly fantastic trip! We has close encounters with so many animals, saw habitats from endlessly flat pampas to dramatic mountains, with windswept Patagonian coasts along the way.
For a full trip report with photos go to argentina-and-southern-chile-tour-report-illustrated pdf
Here are a few photos. The young whale came up right by our boat, then swam underneath us!