Author: Narca Moore Craig

Narca’s lifelong passion is exploring wild nature and sharing what she discovers, through wildlife art and writing. For 30 years, she led natural history and birding tours on six continents, for companies such as Naturalist Journeys and Betchart Expeditions, and their clients, including the Smithsonian Institution, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology, California Academy of Science, World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, and AAAS. Travels have carried her from the Australian Outback to the frigid waters of Antarctica; from misty cloud forests high in the Andes, to the steamy lowland Amazon; from the shores of Lake Baikal and the oak forests of Andalusia to the savannas of Africa. Even though birds most often draw her attention, all wild creatures, flora, skyscapes, and landscapes are compelling. Now retired and living in the shadow of Arizona’s Chiricahua Mountains, Narca continues to explore the wide world, and to write about nature travel for Miles Geek!

Nara on island in Mekong

Cambodia: Wildlife on the Mekong River

One of the wonderful short trips offered by Cambodia’s Sam Veasna Center for Wildlife Conservation is an early morning outing

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Costa Rica’s Poás Volcano National Park

One of the best day trips from San José, Costa Rica, is a jaunt into the cloud forest at the

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Dental Vacation in Costa Rica

Dental work may not be the first thing you think of when you think “vacation,” but in Costa Rica it’s

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Cambodia’s Vulture Restaurant

Bird conservation in Cambodia takes a new and unusual twist with their Vulture Restaurant at the village of Veal Krous.

Tmatboey: Cambodia’s Showcase for Conservation

Any traveler focusing on wild nature in Cambodia must visit Tmatboey in the Northern Plains, the country’s showcase for conservation

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Birding in Cambodia’s Prey Veng Hinterlands

From the city of Siem Reap, the Sam Veasna Center for Wildlife Conservation (SVC) can arrange a trip for you

Cambodia’s Floating Villages and Waterbird Sanctuary

From Siem Reap, Cambodia, you can go with the Sam Veasna Center for Wildlife Conservation on a day trip to

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Exploring Cambodia’s Wild Destinations

Thousands of visitors pour into Cambodia each year, mainly to see the astonishing ruins of Angkor Wat. Most don’t realize

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