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Migration in Tanzania

In March 2018, we embarked on our first tour Tanzania. For most of us, seeing the Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater was an unfulfilled childhood ambition that became crystalized all these years later!

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Our Wildlife Talks in 2017

Scotnature is giving a series of talks about our travels and favourite tours at a number of venues in Scotland in the second half of 2017.

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Pantanal & Amazon Rainforest

A group of eight of us embarked on this fascinating tour to Brazil between 17 and 31 October 2016. We all had different expectations, and for some of us this was the first trip to South America...

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Borneo in spring 2015

Our tour to Borneo in March 2015 exceeded everybody’s wildest expectations. Not only was the tour filled with exciting...

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A Hemingway-style safari in Botswana

After touring Kruger National Park in South Africa, for a week, we arrived at Maun in Botswana on 9 November 2014, with great anticipation. Straight from the airport...

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A Reflection on our tour to Uganda

A group of six of us visited Uganda between 31 January and 12 February 2014. We did not expect much from an African country which had been tormented for years...

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Highlights of the tour to Seychelles

On 29 August 2013, eight of us embarked on a 13-day trip to the spectacular Seychelles, an archipelago in the Indian Ocean that encompasses 118 islands. The islands are known primarily as...

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Madagascar - an enchanting land with a bleak future

Eleven of us embarked on a two-week tour to an island we heard so much about and craved to visit one day. This is a summary of our trip to Madagascar between 23 October and 6 November 2012.

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Fungi Foray in Bialowieza Forest, Poland

Gordon Simpson reflects on the fungus foray in the Bialowieza Forest, Poland, which took place between 19 and 23 September 2013

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A new trip to Estonia

A reflection on the first tour to Estonia which took place between 29 April and 6 May 2012.

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