I had travelled to B.C.’s Great Bear Rainforest to meet guide Mike Willie, a hereditary chief who took me to explore his homeland, Kingcome Inlet. The day was still.
Look up, wayyyyy up! If you ever find yourself in the remote rainforests of northern Madagascar, cranking your head back to scan the canopy high above might result in a sighting of the critically endangered, red ruffed lemur – that Read on! →
“If we were talking about the last one per cent of the Serengeti, would people be motivated [to save it]?” questions Larry Simpson, Associate regional vice-president of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC).
Sharing 98% DNA with humans, mountain gorillas are one of human’s closest cousins. As their name suggests, they spend their lives high up in the montane and bamboo forests of east-central Africa, at elevations ranging from 8,000 – 13,000 feet. Read on! →
It’s a natural phenomenon that people come from around the world to witness, the Aurora Borealis. Commonly known as Northern Lights, they are an attraction that draw many out on a cold night to stare up into the sky with Read on! →
Just over a year ago, I fulfilled a travel dream to explore Chile and while doing so, had the great fortune to stay at two of the three Tierra Hotel Collection boutique properties located in the South American nation.
The largest land mammal on the planet happens to also have the biggest brain and the longest gestation and life span of any creature, second only to humans. However, African elephants, also known as savanna elephants, may just boast the Read on! →
Boreal lichen dangles high up in 2,000-year-old trees in the inland rainforest of British Columbia’s Southern Selkirk Mountains. It’s hard to believe a rainforest exists here – but thanks to rain (lots of it!) that falls on average 100 days Read on! →
What does it take to stand out amongst hundreds of thousands of birds in one of the planet’s most remote places? A call like no other.
The call of an indri lemur has been described as a cross between a humpback whale and a crying baby – but maybe it’s a bit more wail, than whale. Either way, it’s a chorus that resonates; haunting and beautiful.