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Ray’s Award and a Puerto Rico/Iceland Connection

Ray’s Award and a Puerto Rico/Iceland Connection

The award has made it into the hands of the “Best NatureTour Guide” for 2019, Ray David Rodriguez Colon Puerto Rico al Sur! Before Ray even received the plaque recognizing him as the winner of the 2019 award, he was being recognized in Puerto Rico by none...


True Love for Truly Bird Friendly Coffee

True Love for Truly Bird Friendly Coffee

Note: This is a post from my friend Marina Richie. It was so helpful, I wanted to share it. Enjoy! This is conservation made easy (and yummy)!I have a Valentine’s Day confession to make. I truly love that first sip of morning coffee –not just any java, but my new...


Panama! The Love Affair Continues

Panama! The Love Affair Continues

How to sum up Panama? As many of you know I have a long history with Panama’s rainforests and animals, particularly the birds. I just got back from co-leading two back-to-back nature tours so I was fully immersed for nearly three weeks. It is simply the most...


5 Things to Do in Peru (other than Machu Picchu)

5 Things to Do in Peru (other than Machu Picchu)

Peru: Land of DiversityDon’t be shocked. There are people who go to Peru for a couple weeks and never make it to Machu Picchu (ah….yeah, I’m one of them). While Peru is known for that remarkable spot in the mountains, there is so much more to explore outdoors in...


Macaws!

Macaws!

Birds of a Feather If you have a soft spot for big, bold, charismatic birds, then you might want to think about heading for Brazil’s Pantanal region, where you can see at least three species of macaw on a single trip. How does this sound: Hyacinth Macaws, Blue and...


Survey Says

Survey Says

Survey Results A few weeks ago I sent out a link to a survey to see who you are and what your concerns are in terms of getting yourself out the door and onto nature trips. Curious what I found? Here are some insights (and it’s not to late to take the survey,...


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