Guatemala

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When Identifying Coral Snakes

When Identifying Coral Snakes

When Identifying Coral Snakes When identifying coral snakes we often think of  ‘red to black venom lack, red to yellow kill a fellow’. This...

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Guatemala

Seven Years in Guatemala – The Highlights

Seven years in Guatemala with Indigo Expeditions Looking back over last seven years of conservation and research in Guatemala - let's look at what Indigo Field Teams have achieved.   2013 In our very first year of working in Guatemala we ran four expeditions to...

Largest sea turtle release on record for Guatemala

Largest sea turtle release on record for Guatemala December 2019 saw the largest release of sea turtles known in Guatemala. During the first week of December 16,643 baby olive ridley sea turtles were released on the Pacific Coast of Guatemala. The endangered turtles...

Filming for nature conservation in Guatemala

Filming for nature conservation As a young boy growing up in the UK I was fascinated by wildlife documentaries. They seemed so far away and exotic, something that was out of reach, almost unachievable. At the same time, they sparked a fire that has only increased in...

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