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Argentina, The Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica

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Old Sunday 2nd May 2010, 16:18   #1
Trevor Hardaker
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Argentina, The Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica

We were fortunate, at the beginning of the year, to take part in a cruise that took in The Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica as well as doing a pre-extension tour through parts of Argentina. I have prepared two trip reports – one detailing the actual cruise and the second covering the Argentina portion of the trip – and have posted them to my website. If you are interested in seeing them, please go to and then click on the “my trips” link in the left margin to get to the reports.

The main reports pages cover the daily accounts with lots of general photos, but at the end of each report, you will find a link which leads to another page with the full trip lists as well as links to photos of all the species we photographed on the trips. Obviously, with working on these reports for quite some time, it got to a point where I could no longer see the wood for the trees, so if you do pick up any errors or broken links, etc., please be so kind as to let me know.

I hope you don’t find them too boring...

Now, it’s time to start planning the next one!

Kind regards
Trevor Hardaker, Cape Town, South Africa
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Great reports. Nice to see the herps and mammals getting some love :P
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Great reports. Nice to see the herps and mammals getting some love :P
Agreed. Some excellent trip reports with plenty to interest the herpers/mammal folk amongst us.
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