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From his recent adventures in Monterey Bay to his early days exploring British Columbia, Bob Talbot’s decades-spanning career has given him a unique perspective on life with dolphins and whales. In this podcast, Bob shares his favourite encounters
Acclaimed photographer Alastair Pollock shares his favourite encounters with tiger sharks and great hammerheads in the Bahamas
In this episode of the Wild Lives by Faunographic podcast we chat to Andre Bauma, a legendary ranger, guide and wildlife rescuer who has devoted his life to caring for the mountain gorillas of Virunga National Park, in the Congo.
Found in the tropical north, cassowaries are Australia’s OG dinosaur birds. But do they deserve their fearsome reputation? Dr Graham Lauridsen shares his real-life encounters.
Marine biologist Suzanne Hillcoat shares her wild encounters with dwarf minke whales on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef
Meet the Spirit Bears of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, in this podcast with naturalist Jack Plant
Naturalist Annie Skarratt and photographer Jonas Liebschner share everything you need to know about Sydney’s humpback whale migration
Churchill is no resort town, but it certainly puts on a show for summer. When I visit in July, the tundra’s carpeted in psychedelic shrubs, the estuary looks like it’s boiling with beluga whales, and the polar bears are still chubby from winter feasting. It’s the, er, polar opposite of what you can expect from […]
Here in Churchill, on the icy banks of Hudson Bay in Manitoba, Canada, it feels like I’ve travelled to the very edge of the Earth. It’s late autumn and the snow’s tumbling, 30km/h winds are whistling and the temperature’s swinging between -2C and -18C (quite tropical compared to winter, when temps can dip as low […]