Greece field trips
My interest in herpetology began back in 2001 when I started visiting Greek islands. Since then I have travelled to many destinations across this fascinating country.
Peninsular Thailand, July 2022
Cyclades, Greece, 2022
Peninsular Thailand, December 2022
Kaeng Krachan, 2022-23
Thailand summer road trip, July-August 2020
Latest trip report: Kaeng Krachan April 2023
I returned to Phetchaburi during the Songkran school holidays for another adventure in one of my favourite forest ranges in Thailand. The conditions were much different compared to my October visit, with temperatures most days reaching 40c, the hottest weather I had personally experienced in Thailand. Everywhere was also bone dry and we experienced virtually no rain compared to my April 2019 and April 2021 visits.
Latest blog post: A rare snake find in peninsular Thailand
In August while on a trip across peninsular Thailand we had an encounter with a snake that is very rarely seen.
That day my friend and local guide Mint had been shown a photograph of a snake from one of the other hiking guides. The photograph showed a…
I am a teacher, wildlife photographer and herpetologist. Whenever I can I try to travel and photograph nature, especially amphibians and reptiles.
Recently, I decided that it was time for the website to evolve from The European Amphibian & Reptile Blog to Amphibian & Reptile Travels. This is because I have now started traveling further a field to explore different aspects of my interest in herpetology and therefore the site would need a wider coverage of visits to other places outside of Europe. In addition, I am also interested in almost all other kinds of wildlife but I especially like watching and photographing mammals and birds.
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