Leopard Cats & Buddhist Monks

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There is nothing small about this place. Not-so-discreatly hidden in an otherwise quite strip of jungle in southern Myanmar, the Ko Yin Lay temple and monastery looks out over a forested landscape. Historically these forests have been home to wildlife such as elephants, leopards,…

Underwater Guide To Raja Ampat, Indonesia

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  Known as one of the worlds best diving locations, Raja Ampat is a hotspot of biodiversity.  Located within the ‘coral triangle’, this area has some of the widest diversity in marine life on the planet.  These remote and jungle covered islands can be…

Sea Life Of Raja Ampat

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  There is no shortage of marine life in Raja Ampat!  Below are some of the amazing creatures you can spot in these waters and information on the habitats in which you can find them (we will be continually adding to this list…).  If…

Record Breaking Run Pink Salmon 2015 Campbell River, BC

While filming salmon in the Campbell River on Vancouver Island, BC, we were able to swim among a run of Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha).  While complicated by drought in some areas, the run was record breaking in many parts of the watershed. We came…

Black Caiman Research In Guyana

While filming river dolphins in the Amazon, we were lucky enough to film and photograph a black caiman research project in the Rupununi region of southwest Guyana.  Named for the Rupununi river which runs through the region, this area boarders the Brazilian Amazon and…

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