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Above: Las Guacamayas Biological Station inside the Maya Biosphere Reserve–one of the most important masifs of wet forest in Mesoamerica. 

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In 2015, I quit my bank job and got rid of the bulk of my possessions to travel the world and photograph wildlife. From the Amazon to Borneo, the Sinai Peninsula to Raja Ampat, my goal has been to see and live in the world’s remaining biodiversity hotspots.

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El Zota Biological Field Station

El Zota Biological Field Station Located in northeast Costa Rica, in the less-visited province of Heredia, El Zota is 2,400 acres of protected Caribbean lowland rainforest situated in a globally important Ramsar wetland. It has received groups of students and researchers since 1989, but it has only been in the

Esquinas Rainforest Lodge (Partner of Las Gambas Field Station)

Esquinas Rainforest Lodge (Partner of Las Gambas Field Station) The Esquinas Rainforest Lodge is a unique project in Piedras Blancas National Park on the mainland side of Costa Rica’s Golfo Dulce. The lodge is a partner organization of the Las Gambas Field Station and helps protect a biological corridor connecting

El Paujil Reserve

El Paujil Reserve Colombia is the world’s birding Mecca, and El Paujil is among the country’s best reserves. Home to 360 recorded species and a variety of endangered and endemic birds like the Blue-billed Curassow (aka El Paujil), one of Colombia’s most famous species, it is located in some of

El Amargal Nature Reserve

El Amargal Nature Reserve Situated on Colombia’s isolated Pacific coast, an hour or so south of the town of Nuquí, is El Amargal, a privately owned station and 40-hectare reserve with strong ties to Colombia’s biggest universities and research institutions, including La Universidad de Los Andes and the Humboldt Foundation,

Eyre Bird Observatory

Eyre Bird Observatory The Eyre Bird Observatory, located inside the Nuytsland Nature Reserve, is one of a few Birdlife Australia-sponsored reserves throughout the country and has the distinction of being Australia’s first bird observatory, an important birdwatching and study location since 1977. Eyre is unique in that it is surrounded

Fowler’s Gap Research Station

Fowler’s Gap Research Station The University of New South Wales Fowler’s Gap Arid Zone Research Station is a 39,000-hectare property 112 km north of Broken Hill. Established in 1966, it has been used by national and international researchers, as well as documentary film crews. There are trails and wildlife viewing