While we camped in Cape Range National Park, we had the best days of our entire Australia trip. It was pure bliss - the beaches were white, the waters turquoise, the reef was teeming with colorful fish, corals, rays and we even snorkeled with a chill sea turtle!
My new Sigma zoom lens used for bird photography in Australia
I bought my first proper zoom lens for my Sony a6400 mirrorless camera! After a year of browsing the market, searching for the optimal focus length and weight ratio, while waiting for a good deal, I finally got the lens for my own personal use. The official name of the lens is: SIGMA 100-400mm F5-6.3 … Continue reading My new Sigma zoom lens used for bird photography in Australia
Discover pristine blue beaches of Amorgos, Greece
Amorgos – hiking through charming mountain villages, snorkeling in crystal clear waters and off the back birding This was my first post covid-19 pandemic travel outside of Denmark, and after all my internal debate regarding how responsible it was to travel abroad (pre-vaccination and everything), I decided to go to Greece and enjoy life a … Continue reading Discover pristine blue beaches of Amorgos, Greece
A bird banders biggest dream: Banding tropical birds in the Belizean rainforest. Is six weeks enough to get confident in the American bird banding scheme?
My testimonial from my internship at Toucan Ridge Ecology and Education and Society (T.R.E.E.S.). Birds make me smile. Here I am examining a delicious Summer tanager! So is six weeks enough to gain confidence in banding exotic, mystery birds and teeny, wiggling warblers from North America, you may ask? Read below about my experience at … Continue reading A bird banders biggest dream: Banding tropical birds in the Belizean rainforest. Is six weeks enough to get confident in the American bird banding scheme?
Hostels and hammocks in Hopkins, Belize
I visited Hopkins during my off-time while undertaking an internship in bird banding at the Toucan Ridge. I went with my fellow intern and friend, but traveling to Hopkins can definitely be done solo. We visited Hopkins in the off-season in September 2018, thus there was very quiet in town. Many backpackers visit Hopkins on … Continue reading Hostels and hammocks in Hopkins, Belize