Zeagrahm Spots An Extinct Seabird

How many times you head on a safari or an expedition hoping to see something rare. Like every nature lover do you too dream of discovering a new specie, finding an unexplored land or spotting something never seen before? Keeping in mind the desires of an explorer, Zeagrahm Expeditions organizes trips for the enthusiastic ones. These are not regular journeys but expeditions into the rarely seen parts of the planet. On one such tour the Zeagrahm travellers discovered a seabird thought to be extinct 83 years ago.

Peter Harrison , the famous sea bird expert was leading the team on a small ship sailing adventure from Auckland, New Zealnad to Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea when the team spotted 21 Vanuatu Petrels. It is a rare seabird which was first discovered by ornithologist Rollo Beck in 1927. This is the kind of thrill that every explorer would die for. Zeagrahm provides many such opportunities with their exclusive trips to Malenesia. From Fiji to Papua New Guinea, this fascinating corner of Oceania reveals the extraordinary diversity of Maleneisa and its people. You can wander in the idyllic South Pacific islands, walk around isolated villages, experience exotic flora and endemic bird species on land. The qualified expedition staff at takes you to seldom visited islands, making the cruise like no other.

So bring out that explorer, in you and board the ship in November this year. Who knows you become one of the chosen ones to get a glimpse of the rare seabird.

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