Wild GalapagosJune 8, 2015 - June 16, 2015
Especially chosen for this voyage, our team of expert leaders and lecturers serves to bring a comprehensive educational component to your adventure through lectures, guided excursions, and daily recaps.
Jack Grove (Expedition Leader)
A marine biologist and professional naturalist, Jack has spent much of the past two decades traveling on, and lecturing about, the world's oceans. Cofounder of Zegrahm Expeditions and research associate in the Section of Fishes at the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, Jack is a leading authority on the fishes and marine environments of the eastern tropical Pacific. For seven years he lived in the Galápagos, where he carried out extensive marine biological studies.
Greg has served as a licensed naturalist guide in the Galápagos Islands since 1982. After graduating with a degree in biology from the University of London, he led the Cambridge Darwin Centenary Galápagos Expedition of 1982, which studied the feeding ecology of marine iguanas. He has extensively researched Charles Darwin and with his wife, Thalia Grant, published the results from their expedition to retrace Darwin’s footsteps through the Galápagos in Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London (2000).