Starting with his Australian roots, Clint has nurtured a lifelong fascination with natural history. Following a childhood of birds, lizards and snakes, he studied Zoology and promptly applied his learnings to working with flora and fauna, before expanding his territory to USA, Europe, Uganda, Kenya, Papua New Guinea, and Tanzania.
His travels have encompassed incredible work within the natural domain, including leading biological expeditions in ornithology, banding birds, chimpanzee caregiving, training the Uganda Wildlife Authority, lodge management, guiding fishing trips, and of course, guiding safaris.
To supplement his work in the field, he has also published a number of papers in internationally recognised scientific journals.
He and his family currently live in Tanzania, where working with wildlife and the people of the region continually enhances his interest and love of the East African environment.
Clint’s academic grounding combined with his keen eye for wildlife and birds, and his understanding of the people and customs of the region mean that your safari will be an all-encompassing experience.