wildlife Archive

Paddling the South Saskatchewan River: Old Bindloss Ferry to Estuary

WRITTEN BY: MEGAN KOPP Disclosure: This post may contain Affiliate Links. Close encounter of the rattler kind and storm of the sesquicentennial behind us – Ma Nature went all out with a noisy and bright light show for Canada’s 150th – we launched two canoes and a single kayak at an old ferry site on

The Wild Side of Machu Picchu

WRITTEN BY: MEGAN KOPP Disclosure: This post may contain Affiliate Links. Machu Picchu – architectural wonder, Inca monument, historic gem. All are fitting descriptions for this fortress carved of stone, but I’m going to detour for a moment and take you along for a walk on Machu Picchu’s wild side. Discovering Machu Picchu’s Wild Things

All Aboard for Lizard Land in the Galapagos

WRITTEN BY: MEGAN KOPP Disclosure: This post may contain Affiliate Links. A ship, a ship – we have a ship. The Monserrat waits patiently in the harbour for us to board. Our Galapagos boat adventure is about to begin. It’s all aboard for lizard land. The Galapagos Name Game Okay, maybe lizard land isn’t the

Tortoise Time in the Galapagos

WRITTEN BY: MEGAN KOPP Disclosure: This post may contain Affiliate Links. Time on land and in the water plus a small ship to call home equals the perfect combination for exploring the Galapagos Islands. Today, it’s tortoise time on Isla Santa Cruz! Ready, Set, Go Galapagos We started our tortoise tour by visiting the Charles