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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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Havana, Cuba
September 30, 2016
Video

Our conversation with Expedition Leaders Nadia Eckhardt and Rich Pagen comes to a close; watch as they share what they're most looking forward to when returning to Cuba in the next few months. Hint: Rich is ready to relax with a mojito! Thanks for tuning in this week, and be sure to click the links below to catch the entire series! 

 

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Vinales Valley, Cuba
September 28, 2016
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Our conversation with Expedition Leaders Nadia Eckhardt and Rich Pagen continues! Watch as they describe the incredible wildlife you'll see, including the Cuban bee hummingbird and the endemic Cuban trogon, as well as some of the accommodations you'll be staying in. And, be sure to stay tuned for Part 4: Cuba's Friendly Locals, Culture & Currency.

 

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Heart of Cuba
September 28, 2016
Blog Post

Culture of Cuba

A rich mix of Taino, Spanish, African, French, and English influences, Cuba’s soulful culture is all its own. This small country has contributed mightily to Latin-Caribbean literature, art, music, and dance. Poet, writer, and national hero José Marti helped usher in the Modernismo literary movement; works by painter Wifredo Lam hang in MoMA and Paris’s Centre Pompidou, and the National Ballet of Cuba, based in Havana, is world renowned. Look for art...

Cuban Emerald, Cuba
September 28, 2016
Blog Post

It is a condition found among many birdwatchers: the seemingly uncontrollable need to twitch. We’re not speaking here of the sudden, jerking motion—although the term is believed to have originated in the 1950s with a British birdwatcher known for his nervous demeanor. Rather, for serious birders, the act of twitching (also called chasing) is the willingness to travel vast distances for the chance to spot rare and elusive avian species, along with the bragging rights such sightings...

Havana, Cuba
September 26, 2016
Video

Expedition Leaders Nadia Eckhardt and Rich Pagen joined us in the Zegrahm office recently to discuss all things Cuba. Watch as they describe our upcoming expeditions to the island country, the local cuisine, and why NOW is the time to discover Cuba. And, be sure to stay tuned for Part 2: Cuba's Art Scene, Underwater World, and More.

 

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King George River, Kimberley
September 20, 2016
Blog Post

In anticipation of our upcoming Australia’s Kimberley: A Voyage to the Outback expedition, our staff members compiled a list of their favorite movies revolving around this remote, otherworldly region of Northwestern Australia. So grab some popcorn, put your feet up, and binge-watch these Outback-themed flicks:

 

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Floreana Island
September 16, 2016
Blog Post

Thursday & Friday, July 14 & 15, 2016 - Depart USA / Guayaquíl, Ecuador / Baltra, Galápagos Islands / Santa Cruz / Embark Isabela II

Upon arrival in Ecuador, we gathered at the Hilton Colón Guayaquíl for the night. After breakfast the following morning, we transferred to the airport for our flight to Baltra Island, then transferred by ferry to nearby Santa Cruz Island for a short bus ride to a quaint restaurant at an elevation of...

Enderby Island
September 15, 2016
Blog Post

The Sub-Antarctic Islands of New Zealand are home to some of the most rare and intriguing plant and animal species on the planet. Wildlife viewing along the coasts and islands of this region is, simply, exceptional! Below, a by-the-numbers glance at the Sub-Antarctic Islands of New Zealand.

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Milford Sound, New Zealand
August 31, 2016
Blog Post

Rich Pagen is a biologist who has worked on surveys for nearly everything; from mammalian carnivores in the mountains of California, to bird migration monitoring in Canada, and even a study of army-ant-following birds in the Peruvian Amazon. Rich loves the sea, and has also conducted shipboard surveys for marine mammals and seabirds, as well as tagging studies of sea...

Lidth's Jays, Japan
August 24, 2016
Blog Post

Mark Brazil developed his fascination with the natural world, especially birds and mammals, during his boyhood in the landlocked English county of Worcestershire. He pursued academic interests in biology during studies in England and Scotland, while exploring the coasts and mountains of Britain in search of birds. Mark earned his PhD from Stirling University,...

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