10 Least Known Islands for Wildlife Viewing (USA Today 10Best)

“In the remotest corners of the world, undisturbed by human development, indigenous wildlife thrives on unspoiled islands. The Galápagos Islands have long been lauded for biodiversity and endemism. But there are lesser known outposts, often thousands of miles away from inhabited areas, profuse with wildlife….” Read the rest on USA Today 10Best here. Header image is of Yellow-eyed penguins in New Zealand — Photo courtesy … Continue reading 10 Least Known Islands for Wildlife Viewing (USA Today 10Best)

8 Things to Do in La Paz, Mexico (JohnnyJet.com)

Cradled between the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, Mexico’s Baja California Sur experiences year-round sunshine—and in its capital of La Paz, a delightfully peaceful existence away from the Cabo San Lucas crowds. Go swimming with whale sharks, pet grey whales, bike around the Magic town of Todos Santos and more. Read the article on JohnnyJet.com by clicking here. Continue reading 8 Things to Do in La Paz, Mexico (JohnnyJet.com)

Camping in Ngorongoro Crater (Quoted in Forbes)

It was such a pleasure to do a short write up about one of my favorite camping experiences EVER! When I was just 24, I camped with a few of my girlfriends by Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania, which is teeming with wildlife. Read about my wild experience here in this article written by the amazing Breanna Wilson: 11 Off-The-Beaten-Path Places To Put On Your Camping … Continue reading Camping in Ngorongoro Crater (Quoted in Forbes)

Protecting Whales & Dolphins in Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica (Green Global Travel)

It was truly a dream come true for me to visit Golfo Dulce in Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. I had envisioned it for nearly a decade before I was approached by Earthwatch to be their Communications Fellow on their volunteer expedition to one of the three tropical fjords in the world- Golfo Dulce. Read about my trip and the threats that the dolphins and … Continue reading Protecting Whales & Dolphins in Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica (Green Global Travel)

A Kangaroo’s Road to Refuge (Misadventures)

In early 2014, I set upon a long journey to the other side of the world to volunteer with orphaned kangaroo and wallaby joeys. Little did I know that I’d be participating in a rescue while I was there. Here’s a nail-biting rescue of a baby hit by a car in rural Queensland. (PS- It has a happy ending). A Kangaroo’s Road to Refuge (Misadventures) Continue reading A Kangaroo’s Road to Refuge (Misadventures)

15 Inspirational Animal Rights Activists Who Happen to be Women (Green Global Travel)

Women have been at the forefront of wildlife conservation for decades, and their stories are inspiring those of us who want to help animals. Here, you will rind 10 incredible women who have dedicated their lives to the welfare of animals. 15 INSPIRATIONAL ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS WHO HAPPEN TO BE WOMEN (Green Global Travel) Continue reading 15 Inspirational Animal Rights Activists Who Happen to be Women (Green Global Travel)

Wild Horse Torn From His Family Meets Friends Just Like Him (The Dodo)

Wild horses are a symbol of America, but they are in danger now more than ever. But one lucky horse made it to a sanctuary. Here’s the story of Journey, a wild mustang who found his freedom at the Proud Spirit Horse Sanctuary. Wild Horse Torn From His Family Meets Friends Just Like Him (The Dodo)   Continue reading Wild Horse Torn From His Family Meets Friends Just Like Him (The Dodo)

Help Save Costa Rica’s Marine Life on an Earthwatch Expedition (JohnnyJet.com)

In 2016, I was fortunate to go on an Earthwatch expedition to Costa Rica’s Golfo Dulce (one of the three tropical fjords in the world) to assist scientists in collecting data on whales and dolphins. The cetacean population is facing multiple threats, including development of this pristine habitat. Read about my trip, and what you can do to help here: Help Save Costa Rica’s Marine … Continue reading Help Save Costa Rica’s Marine Life on an Earthwatch Expedition (JohnnyJet.com)