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Great news for the black-eyed treefrog.

Great news for the black-eyed treefrog Agalychnis moreletii. The red-eyed treefrog (Agalychnis callidryas) is one of the most recognisable amphibians of the world. Its big, bulging red eyes, and green skin make it a highly charismatic and lovable character...

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The Magic of Turtles

Standing on the beach, on this black volcanic sand, with these really incredible waves that you see behind us, and watching these small turtles that are a matter of centimetres long, making a fervent effort to get to the sea with just this huge energy.

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How to start in Conservation

‘What would your first step be to get into conservation?’ Volunteer on a project. Get out there because if you get the right project, the right teacher, you’ll come away with skills that are transferable, that will help you become more and more inspired.

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What is Indigo?

Indigo Expeditions is for wildlife enthusiasts with a passion for nature, who want to gain a skillset that can take that passion that little step further.

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Impact meets Indigo to talk turtle conservation & running!

Nick Kershaw from Impact Marathon Series talks with Rowland Griffin about sea turtle conservation, running, and his passion for Guatemala! Part 1 Welcome to the first Indigo Expeditions and Impact Marathon Series Podcast. It's a great thing to be doing, it's been a...

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Podcasts!

The Magic of Turtles

Standing on the beach, on this black volcanic sand, with these really incredible waves that you see behind us, and watching these small turtles that are a matter of centimetres long, making a fervent effort to get to the sea with just this huge energy.

read more

How to start in Conservation

‘What would your first step be to get into conservation?’ Volunteer on a project. Get out there because if you get the right project, the right teacher, you’ll come away with skills that are transferable, that will help you become more and more inspired.

read more

What is Indigo?

Indigo Expeditions is for wildlife enthusiasts with a passion for nature, who want to gain a skillset that can take that passion that little step further.

read more

Reviews & Reports

Impact meets Indigo to talk turtle conservation & running!

Nick Kershaw from Impact Marathon Series talks with Rowland Griffin about sea turtle conservation, running, and his passion for Guatemala! Part 1 Welcome to the first Indigo Expeditions and Impact Marathon Series Podcast. It's a great thing to be doing, it's been a...

read more

Travelling to Guatemala and beyond!

In a slight departure from the norm, we are going to look now at books that don’t feature amphibians or reptiles! One of the pleasures in travelling can be the anticipation and excitement leading up to a trip as you think about your plans and routes and a good guide...

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Digging deeper. Timber, Tourists & Temples

There are many ways to appreciate a tropical forest; the beauty of the environment and the sheer diversity surrounding you are immediately apparent and remain in the mind long after you’ve returned home. For many people, especially on a first visit, this is enough –...

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