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Zegrahm Expeditions Travel Resources

Welcome to the Zegrahm Expeditions resources page! Here you will find inspiration for your next adventure and information from your last adventure, produced by our field leaders, Seattle office staff, and contributing writers. From blog posts and field reports (daily recaps of a past expeditions with images) to photo galleries and videos, explore your world from our perspective.

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South Georgia pintail
April 25, 2015
Blog Post

October, 2012

With the largest concentrations of penguins, seals, and albatross to be found anywhere on the planet, South Georgia has been dubbed, “The Serengeti of the Southern Ocean.” And, while large birdlife usually takes center stage on South Georgia, the island was once a thriving small-bird community as well, comprised of storm petrels, prions, blue petrels, and pipits. However, with the introduction of rats by whalers and sealers, the small-bird population is being devastated...

South Georgia pintail
October 16, 2012
Blog Post

With the largest concentrations of penguins, seals, and albatross to be found anywhere on the planet, South Georgia has been dubbed, “The Serengeti of the Southern Ocean.” And, while large birdlife usually takes center stage on South Georgia, the island was once a thriving small-bird community as well, comprised of storm petrels, prions, blue petrels, and pipits. However, with the introduction of rats by whalers and sealers, the small-bird population is being devastated as the rodents burrow...

James Island, Galapagos Islands
December 16, 2009
Blog Post

Dr. Jack Grove, Zegrahm Expeditions’ cofounder and expedition leader, recently contributed to a report that outlines how climate change, overfishing, and tourism have negatively impacted the Galapagos Islands’ delicate ecosystem. In just a few decades, 45 Galapagos species are thought to have already disappeared or are teetering on the verge of extinction. The report was originally published in the scientific journal, Global Change Biology, and has been picked up by BBC News and circulated...

Ingrid Nixon
December 22, 2010
Blog Post

Ingrid Nixon is the 2010 winner of the Freeman Tilden award for the Alaska Region of the National Park Service. When she’s not working as a Zegrahm naturalist or field leader, Ingrid is the Chief of Interpretation for Denali National Park, in charge of the Park’s staff of naturalists. The Freeman Tilden is an annual award recognizing outstanding contributions to the public through interpretation of nature by a National Park Service employee.

To earn this award, Ingrid worked with key...

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