Anthony's curiosity has led him to different corners of the globe, including Central America, Africa, the Middle East and New Zealand, where he lived for a short stint. At home or abroad, you can usually find him on an adventure, whether it's trekking through wetlands, climbing a rock face, or hiking up a mountain. Anthony also has a soft spot for water sports—he has worked as a whitewater rafting guide, led canoe research expeditions and organized sea kayaking expeditions. Through all these experiences, Anthony strives to connect with nature and learn from it. As a Nat Hab Expedition Leader for polar bear season in Manitoba, he hopes to share his insights and instill a passion for wildlife conservation while helping travelers make priceless memories.
Upcoming Adventures with Anthony:
Haida Gwaii: Islands at the Edge of the World
Iceland: Circling the Land of Fire & Ice
Whales & Nature Trails of Quebec
Northern Lights & Arctic Exploration
Praise from Nat Hab travelers:
"What a fantastic individual due to his knowledge of EVERYTHING! Nat Hab is fortunate to have a guide like Anthony."
"Anthony is outstanding. He's very knowledgeable in history, science, geography, biology, etc., as well as engaging and helpful. A joy to spend time with and a great guide!"
"We all LOVED Anthony! His infectious, genuine, beautiful personality was the beginning of a great bond between 15 people, many of whom were meeting for the first time. We enjoyed his passion for and knowledge of the area, and I enjoyed watching him spend time with each and every one of us, getting to know who we are, as well."
"Anthony made our memories even better. He's so knowledgeable about everything anyone asked him and added his knowledge to every part of our experience. He also added special humor and fun and had compassion for all."
"Anthony was great! Good natured, flexible, patient, and knowledgable. He conveyed passion for Churchill, its people and the lights. He was also really helpful with photography!"
"Anthony was outstanding. His knowledge of the area, people and wildlife was exceptional. Furthermore, his disposition was so positive— always happy and humorous! He kept everyone entertained and always polled the group regarding next stop and options for alternatives. I think he’s found his calling!"