conservation biologist, herpetologist, and director of Indigo Expeditions
Patly Productions explores Laguna del Tigre National Park, Guatemala, as part of it’s Vu Sur Terre Series in 2017.
Nigel Marven (from Animal Planet) with Rowland Griffin filming Wild Guatemala in 2020.
Herpetological observations from field expeditions to North Karnataka and Southwest Maharashtra, India
Authors: Lewis, T.R., S. Piggott, R. Griffin, P. Greig-Smith, G. Martin, G. Barretto, K. Bajibab, J. Thorpe-Dixon, P. Prodromou, M. Fordham, D. Willis, J. Turner, A. Radovanovic, D.L Holloway, R. Wood, N. Hand, S. Lloyd, M. Clapson, J. Hennesy, And G.Oldham
Distribution, Morphology, and Natural History of the Medo Pit Viper, Viridovipera medoensis (Viperidae, Crotalinae) in Arunachal Pradesh, Northeastern India
Authors: Griffin, R, G. Martin, R. Whitaker, and T. R. Lewis
Authors: Lewis, T.R., R.K. Griffin, P.B.C. Grant, A. Figueroa, J.M. Ray, K.E. Graham, and G. David
Non-front-fanged colubroid (“colubrid”) snakebites: Three cases of local envenoming by the mangrove or ringed cat-eyed snake (Boiga dendrophila; Colubridae, Colubrinae), the Western beaked snake (Rhamphiophis oxyrhynchus; Lamprophiidae, Psammophinae) and the rain forest cat-eyed snake (Leptodeira frenata; Dipsadidae)
Authors: S.A. Weinstein, R. Griffin, And A.K. Ismail
Reptile n Chill Podcast by Reptile n Chill
Two bearded individuals bringing you exclusive banter to insight from herpetologists, private keepers and general reptile enthusiasts.
We consider it a privilege to host Indigo Expeditions.
Thank you for demonstrating your profound appreciation for nature and every living creature and the vast complexities of our interconnectedness.
We are pleased to count you as our friends and part of our conservation team. You are welcome here!
Thankyou Rowland and Adela for opening a door from my heart to learning more about reptiles.
This trip was full of firsts, it always replenishes my soul to explore with such wonderful people, to be able to share, explore and learn.
Rowland is always a patient, kind and generous teacher. He shares his knowledge passionately.
The setting is wonderful, the hosts are warm. I was able to enjoy a mindful and wonderful few days!
I learn to keep my eyes trying to spot reptiles in many different angles and focus… that helped me be inside the forest with a special attention that makes me feel all the benefits of nature.
I also learned to respect nature more than I had, and to respect reptiles because of the importance that they have for the environment..
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to explore and learn from you. And to meet wonderful Guatemalans and foreigners that make such a wonderful and good impact to our country.. we respect and thank you very much.