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Accounts of wildlife travels at home and abroad.

Rufous-necked Hornbill © Richard Baines

Birding In Bhutan, Land Of The Thunder Dragon

  • Sun 10th Mar, 2019

Yorkshire Coast Nature, Red Panda Travel and Birding in Bhutan team up on a journey through Bhutan exploring one of the most magical countries in the world, where gross national happiness is the key to government targets. This is an exert from my day to day journal.

Bengal Tiger Corbett NP © Tony Knowles

The Roar Of The Jungle

  • Sat 16th Feb, 2019

Roar after roar resonated around the trees, a deep, scary sound, once heard never forgotten, a really powerful sound of wildness.

Sarus Crane at Keoladeo NP © Steve Race

Jungles And Wetlands India 2018

  • Mon 10th Dec, 2018

Yorkshire Coast Nature and Indus Experiences team up again in northern India. Our tours are designed for wildlife enthusiasts, birders and wildlife photographers. All of our trips are designed to give an immersive, richer experience

High Rise Habicht. Two Days with the Goshawks of Berlin

High Rise Habicht. Two Days With The Goshawks Of Berlin

  • Sat 10th Feb, 2018

When I started searching for new and unusual birds in the early 1980’s Northern Goshawks were mysterious, iconic birds I only glimpsed above the dark plantations and rain swept hillsides of northern Britain.

Jungle Owlet at Jungle Jim's Retreat © Richard Baines

Northern India Trip 2016. Part II Binsar To Corbett

  • Thu 19th Jan, 2017

The Kosi River is thought to be named after Kausiki, the sister of the sage Vishvamitra. She was cursed by her husband who prayed for her to turn into a river. Despite Kausiki’s notorious temper, her river was blessed with many fantastic birds; she certainly shined on us as we travelled south