The concept of conservation and protecting Mother Nature is rather slow moving in some parts of the world. Sometimes though, there is someone that is so far ahead of their time, they don’t really even know that they are starting a movement. This holds true when you look at Asa Wright and her Asa Wright Nature Centre on the beautiful twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago.
There is no better way to take in the beauty of Upstate New York than to take a nice leisurely hike. While visiting the Finger Lakes, we decided to soak up some amazing views while getting our heart rate up a bit. We couldn’t have asked for a better place to get outdoors than the Tanglewood Nature Center in Elmira, NY.
Pear River Eco Tours in Slidell, LA takes you buzzing through the bayou as you search the waters of the Honey Island Swamp for wildlife. It’s a must-do adventure for any animal lover, or for any first timer in the swampy South.
Ever wanted to take a safari? The Global Wildlife Center in Folsom Louisiana is like a safari in the South. Okay, so there may not be lions and cheetahs chasing herds of elephants, but you do get to see giraffes, deer, zebras, and so much more.
The Constant Rambler takes you across North America in this amazing series of wildlife photos. This is a small collection of some of our favorite wildlife photos from our travels. Enjoy! :)