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Tony Soper is a wildlife film-maker and naturalist who co-founded the BBC’s famous Natural History Unit and has subsequently spent 20 years working his way round the wilderness islands of both polar regions. He has sailed as expedition leader on icebreakers and ice-hardened vessels in the Antarctic in the austral summer and in the Arctic in the northern summer. His enthusiasm for wildlife has been shared by a large number of willing expedition cruise guests.

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A history of Arctic exploration

Expert author, Tony Soper, uncovers the history of the pioneers of Arctic exploration.

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Brixham to Dartmouth by sea: a guide for birders

From guillemots to gulls, wildlife expert Tony Soper explains which birds you’re likely to see in this region.

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The best wildlife opportunities in Antarctica

Wildlife expert Tony Soper chooses his favourite wildlife-watching opportunities in Antarctica.

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