Recent Wildlife Sightings at Our Lodges

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Giraffe sightings are a common occurrence for guests of the ol Donyo lodge in Kenya's Chyulu Hills. (Photo credit: Jeremy Goss)

A black-mandibled toucan near Lapa Rios Eco Lodge on Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula performs an unusual maneuver to eat its meal. 

A seagull takes flight from Fogo Island over the crashing waves of Canada's North Atlantic coast. (Photo credit: Paddy Barry)

Spotting Pacific white-sided dolphins is part of the thrill for guests at Nimmo Bay British Columbia. (Photo credit: Jeremy Koreski)

Bath time or playtime for this Borneo pygmy elephant at the Sukau Rainforest Lodge? (Photo credit: Albert Teo)

Protecting sea turtles is just one of the ways that The Brando works to preserve the biodiversity of the French Polynesian atoll of Tetiaroa. (Photo credit: Pierre Lesage)

Fish feeding is a tradition on Australia's Lord Howe Island and guests at Capella Lodge are invited to participate. (Photo credit: James Robins)

Tswalu Kalahari in South Africa is one of the best places in the world to spot the elusive and endangered pangolin. (Photo credit: Adrian Bantich, Partner Guide: Passage To Africa)

A giant cod fish eyes a Great Barrier Reef diver, just beyond the shores of Lizard Island. (Photo credit: Lizard Island)

A lilac-breasted roller surveys its habitat in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park, also home to the lodges of The Bushcamp Company. (Photo credit: Marcus Westberg | Life Through A Lens)

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