Ever wondered what goes on in the jungle when no-one’s looking? Innovative research through camera traps gives a rare glimpse and unique access to life in the rainforest canopy.
Last summer, our Tree Top Manu expedition team set up 131 camera traps across the Manu Biosphere Reserve in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest – an area the size of Wales that boasts the highest levels of biodiversity in the world. Today, the results are in….
Unearthing weird and wonderful creatures in the jungle is the wonder of on Amazon adventure, as conservation volunteer Justin Law from Deakin University in Australia discovers.
Rain poured from the heavens, as if it had never rained before. We were moving through a particularly thick section of bamboo forest encompassing about one-third of the Manu Learning Centre (MLC), checking traps for any reptile or amphibian specimens we might find. While dodging fallen bamboo and avoiding exposed..
As Dr Chris Beirne leaves the Manu Learning Centre, his passion is multiplied through the students he’s trained, the cross-cultural relationships he’s built and the people he’s inspired.
Discover how a young, female researcher from Peru became the leading expert on a species new to science discovered in the Amazon rainforest.
A strange croak in the remote rainforest leads to the naming of a new species to science. The discovery hit the worldwide media – from National Geographic to Mongabay. But who’s the woman behind the research?
Discover how sustainable tourism can make a positive difference to people and nature, making your travel choices a part of the solution.
Has anyone ever told you that you’re one in a billion?
Crees’ research team uncover a species new to science in our nature reserve – a fascinating natural treasure that shows the importance of protecting regenerating rainforest.
Our nature reserve at the Manu Learning Centre (MLC), in the remote corner of the Peruvian Amazon, was farmland only 50 years ago – some areas completely destroyed, others selectively logged.
Birdwatching in the Peruvian Amazon can support the protection of wild species by directly funding the conservation of birds’ natural habitat in Manu Biosphere Reserve.
Every 5 January, it’s National Bird Day and here in the remote Amazon rainforest we love nothing more than to celebrate our feathery friends.
Blue Sky Wildlife: a new concept for profiling wildlife tours that help support the protection of our natural world.
Much like Tripadvisor is for the whole travel industry, Blue Sky Wildlife seeks to be the “go to” place for anyone searching for a unique and exciting wildlife tour anywhere in the world. No platform has ever existed for this purpose to date.
From safety to salsa lessons, Crees volunteer Pierre Giraud explains what community means in the jungle.
The Manu Learning Center (MLC), a research station in the Peruvian rainforest, is a healthy and strong community. Building this community and ensuring that it evolves properly is not easy, especially when it involves so many people with different backgrounds, expectations, interests and goals.