Last summer I took a few snaps of the wildlife I saw in and around Cirali and Cappadocia whilst on a family holiday in Turkey.
When I first proposed a study on dragonflies be undertaken on the British Exploring 2012 Oman expedition I can’t say the idea was met with the untameable wave of excitement […]
Sixty four species of Odonata are known from the Arabian Peninsula and 42 species of Odonata are known from Oman, with around 24 recorded from the Dhofar region (J.–P. Boudot […]
One can spend days on expedition hoping to see a rare bird species or searching for that elusive mammal only to get a brief glimpse before it flies, hops or […]
“Beep beep beep beep beep” wakes me up. I roll over, its 5 in the morning. That was the painfully loud alarm clock from the macaw team’s room as they […]
Calling their flight graceful would be inaccurate, but slowly bobbing through the humid understory, there was something transfixing about their movement, their body bouncing out-of-sync with their brightly coloured wing […]
After explaining what I have been getting up to over the last few years, people will often ask me “why dragonflies?”. In all honesty, I love hearing this question because […]
I first became fascinated by dragonflies during my gap year expedition to Madagascar. There was a dusty track that led from camp down to Tsarakibany village which we would walk […]