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Petit Valley, St George
I am extremely passionate about my profession, a passion endowed in me from 7 years old in the UK where I grew up, I live for the outdoors the peace, open spaces and amazing flora and fauna,
I have been told that my tours have been the best part of some individuals vacation. Music to my ears as I continue to make life long friends.
I strive to bring quality rather than quantity, having said that I'll deliver quantity if that is your wish!... Be warned, you'll leave me with dilated pupils and weak at the knees after one of my tours! lol
Nariva Swamp, Northern Range, Tobago.
Scarlet Ibis, Trogons, Toucans, Parrots, Hummingbirds, Tanagers, Honeycreepers.
Looking forward to serving you in lush and sunny Trinidad and Tobago... Cheers!
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trinidad & Tobago
The Trinidad and Tobago Field Naturalists' Club
Asa Wright Nature Centre
Paria Springs Eco-Community
Brian Ramsey's Discovering the Birds of Trinidad and Tobago