I'm reminded that the most important thing about expeditions and fieldwork is legacy.
I write this from the blissful ignorance of predeparture faffing.
Phew, when stepping out into the cold London night, it's events like this that serve to remind you to keep trying to do, whatever it is you want to do.
I really can't believe we have come this far, and we haven't even set foot in Madagascar yet.
For the past year $7 million has sort of been a yardstick for every piece of financial news I've heard.
I'm heading North to start a new project on Scotland's montane woodlands
It's well over two years now, since I returned from my last expedition with BSES, and I still can't grow a proper expedition beard. ..
Madagascar is the world’s 4th largest island; it is also the 4th poorest country, with almost 70% of the population under the international poverty line of $1.25 a day..