One of Rockjumper’s goals as an organization is to reach out into our communities and share the outdoors with younger generations. As a host and tour leader, David Shackelford helped sponsor a recent overnight biology field trip for Connolly High School. Together with teachers and parent volunteers, more than 40 high school students participated in
For those of you wishing to feast your eyes on some really lovely images from the Canadian High Arctic, we have posted an article of some of the highlights of last year’s Northwest Passage Cruises onto our Blog. This must be one of the most amazing wildlife voyages possible, with large numbers of Polar Bears,
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Hi everyone. We’ve just posted Adam’s latest article titled, ‘Madagascar’s Lost and Found’, onto our blog. This fascinating read tells the tale of several Malagasy species previously thought to be extinct, but now known to still occur in remote and little-explored regions. To read more and view Adam’s great photos of some of these special
Hi all. We’ve just uploaded a brief tour summary of Glen Valentine’s inaugural Rockjumper tour to Myanmar (Burma) onto our blog. To read more about some of the highlights of this great birding adventure, which included notching up all the nation’s endemics and admiring the incredible pagodas and temples that adorn this very religious country
Every year our Rockjumper birding tour leaders are fortunate enough to spend months birding the world’s prime bird destinations in over 70 countries. In the process they observe thousands of bird species and obtain some superb images! We’d like to take this opportunity to share our leaders’ bird highlights of 2011 with you! Please follow
Erik Forsyth recently returned from co-leading a private birding tour through Sri Lanka with the legendary Ian Sinclair. Amongst the many birding and wildlife highlights were great sightings of the sensational Sri Lanka Blue Magpie (see photo), outrageous Sri Lanka Frogmouth, Sri Lanka Hanging Parrot, Sri Lanka Junglefowl, Sri Lanka Green Pigeon, Sri Lanka Wood
We at Rockjumper would like to congratulate Keith and Cath Valentine on the birth of their eagerly awaited (and somewhat overdue!) son, Tyler Keith Valentine. He was born on Tuesday 22 November weighing a healthy 3,71kg, and as this photo attests, he is an absolutely beautiful little baby! Well done mom and dad!