Herping in Northern Spain
Vipers, Toads & Newts On the 28th of September I accompagnied a group of researchers studying the population of Iberian cross adders (Vipera seoanei) in Northern Spain, collecting data on size, weight, colour pattern and sampling venom from each specimen…
Peruvian Amazon: Along the Samiria River
Cruising along the Samiria river in the Peruvian Amazon studying the distribution, abundance, and behavioural differences between pink and grey river dolphins. Experiencing drastic water levels from heavy rainfall to severe droughtlike conditions.
Portugal: Lataste’s Viper
I had the fantastic opportunity to, not only, catch vipers in their natural hiding spots but also learn from skilled herpetologists and observe these animals very closely in the lab. So here it is, enjoy my Portugal: Lataste’s viper article!
Borneo: The Kinabatangan River
The Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary harbours incredible faunal and floral biodiversity in the face of continued habitat fragmentation. Fieldwork is continuously performed by University of Kent students, coordinated by the Danau Girang Field Centre (DGFC) to study persistence of wildlife populations…