Our expeditions are designed for wildlife enthusiasts with a passion for exploring the tropics. We specialise in the reptile and amphibian groups of Guatemala, Central America.
Expeditions & Research!
XUCANEB AMPHIBIAN PROJECT! DATES
18 MAY – 30 MAY 2018
31 AUG – 12 SEPT 2018
HERPING FOR THE FUTURE! DATES
23 JUN – 4 JUL 2018
11 AUG – 23 AUG 2018
RESEARCH PLACEMENTS! DATES
23 JUN – 23 JUL 2018
23 JUN – 23 AUG 2018
Indigo on Film!
A huge thanks to Rowland for yet another incredible experience.Adam Radovanovic
Thank you for demonstrating your profound appreciation for nature.Rob & Tara Cahill
Olive Ridleys make their home at the Tortugario el Banco Olive ridley sea turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) are the smallest of the seven species of sea turtles, reaching a length of about 60 centimetres. They are found throughout the worlds tropical waters. Olive...read more
“The 12 Days of Indigo” With Christmas just around the corner its time of carols and festivities. This we are getting into the spirit of things with the help of some of our talented Research Assistants who created “The 12 Days of Indigo.” The lyrics were...read more
Welcome to the tortugario el Banco The tortugario el Banco. Somewhere on the Pacific Coast of Guatemala you can find a small community called el Banco, where the volcanic sands on the beach provide ideal nesting conditions for three species of sea turtle, olive...read more
Amphibians of Laguna del Tigre National Park Laguna del Tigre National Park is a challenging environment for amphibians. For a tropical forest it receives relatively little annual rainfall and most of that falls within just a few months each year. Due to high...read more
Xucaneb Amphibian Project Many many thanks to Rowland for your tireless effort and enthusiasm and for imparting your knowledge of this magnificent habitat. My expectations have been blown out of the water in every respect. We have spent 10 days in the most awesome of...read more
The cloud forests of Alta Verapaz are a hotspot for Central American amphibian and reptile species, many of which are endemic to the region. Our work here is helping to conserve these rare and endangered species by monitoring populations and the disease status of the...read more