15 Nov 2017
Near Perfect Conditions Heading South
Our 2017/18 southern season got underway earlier this week with our annual Birding Down Under Expedition.
We set sail from the Port of Bluff in near perfect conditions, Foveaux Strait which is notorious for its rough weather was flat calm. We enjoyed a great overnight run to the Snares Island where the weather remained calm.
On our zodiac cruise (landings are not permitted) we had great views of all the endemic species (except snipe.. which has only ever been seen from Zodiacs on one occasion) and the lighting was fantastic for photography and observations
The Spirit of Enderby is preparing to leave Christchurch this weekend and head south to Bluff, we have 56 passengers and crew waiting to head south...READ MORE
DAY 10: AMBRYN Our final day of the expedition was one of the most spectacular. Arriving ashore early, we made our way into the highlands of the is...READ MORE