Our recent Ghana Comprehensive tour was a huge success, with everyone leaving the country in extremely high spirits with a superb selection of birds and other wildlife under the belt – including setting a new tour record with a total of 463 bird species!Some of the many highlight birds included 4 lifers for Rockjumper leader, […]
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News is just in from David Hoddinott, who is guiding a private Rockjumper tour in Ghana: some of the many highlights so far have included 5 Eurasian Griffons (a new bird for Ghana as far as we know!), the little-known Etchecopar’s Owlet, the notoriously difficult Nkulengu Rail (photographed), White-crested Tiger Heron (see Adam’s image), Yellow-throated […]
Having birded extensively throughout Africa and being very fortunate to have already seen 2077 species on the continent, you can imagine my surprise and delight when, after having just returned home from a fabulous Angola tour, I was informed that a Black Skimmer (a major vagrant from the Americas) had turned up in Cape Town […]
We are pleased to announce our winners from the Win a Trip to the Arctic Competition! The draw took place at the British Birdfair in Rutland and congratulations go to Jana Degenaar who won the first prize of one berth on One Ocean Expedition’s Northwest Passage in August 2013. Our runner up, Carmen Goddard won […]
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 […]
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