What wildlife gear do you take with you when you're heading off on a four month trip, and you have to travel light?That was the conundrum I faced a few weeks ago when packing for our extended trip to Australia and Southeast Asia. After much deliberation I finally had my gear bag packed... here's a quick run down of what made the cut in the end.(If you'd like to keep up … [Read more...] about #IWOnTour Wildlife Gear run-down.
The BBC and National Geographic have gizmos like "Turtle Cam", featuring cutting edge remote filming technology. Here at Ireland's Wildlife we have a camera strapped to a broom.It works better than you might think. Check out the video below of a young minke whale visiting the Cork Whale Watch vessel The Holly Jo on a recent trip. As the whale approached and began circling … [Read more...] about Underwater whale footage… with broom-cam!
Pros: Funky contemporary neoprene boot. Light and comfortable. Designed for women with sculpted shape offering excellent ankle support. Good grip on all sorts of mucky terrain. Really warm. Easy to pull on and off. Great all-rounder.Cons: Slight "pinching" at the back of the ankle when new -- eases with use. Light colour neoprene can stain quite easily and is harder to … [Read more...] about Gear Review: Muck Boot Arctic Adventure Ladies’ Boots
We're delighted to announce the next step in the evolution of Ireland's Wildlife's new Wildlife Gear Review section. We're partnering with Bird Watching, the UKs most popular bird and birding magazine, to bring Ireland's Wildlife Reviews to a whole new audience.Bird Watching will publish Ireland's Wildlife reviews of high quality binoculars, spotting scopes, clothing and … [Read more...] about Ireland’s Wildlife Reviews to feature in Bird Watching Magazine