See the blog post about this expedition here. Also see the “In the Media” page for links to various news reports about this expedition and its discoveries.
In March, Tim went to the Cape Melville Range in Australia with Conrad Hoskin from James Cook University and discovered new species of amphibian and reptiles. This was part of an expedition traversing the Cape York Peninsula of Northeastern Australia. As you can see from the picture above, the mountain range is covered with […]
In August I photographed my son Russell diving off Bali, Indonesia, and getting his teeth cleaned by the cleaner shrimp that usually serve the needs of the local fish. The UK newspaper Daily Mail has now published the story. See it on DailyMail website:
You can now purchase the book Hornbills Of The World through our online store! This soft cover book by Pilai Poonswad, Alan Kemp and Morten Strange features photographs by Tim Laman and 61 other contributors. All 57 species are described with multiple photographs showing both the male and female birds. Each species has a description, distribution […]
I gave a presentation on Ed Scholes and my Birds-of-Paradise Project in Jakarta last week. Read about it in the Jakarta Post!
If you were not able to attend Tim’s presentation, Birds of Paradise: Crown Jewels of Indonesia’s Biodiversity, you can watch it online. The @America website posted the entire talk. You can also see some pictures they took here.
This week Tim will be presenting his Birds of Paradise talk at @america. This cutting edge cultural center is in Jakarta, Indonesia. From 7 – 9 pm, Tim will be at Pacific Place and it is open to all. If you are in the area, check it out!
Our Bird-of-Paradise Project Intro video hit another milestone on YouTube today, passing 3,000,000 views! This video featuring the work of Ed Scholes and myself to document all the Birds-of-Paradise was put together by our talented colleagues at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology multimedia department. Thanks for the great work guys in making this so appealing […]
I have been waiting for two years for this lens to arrive. For the kind of wildlife photography and video that I do, I have anticipated that it may replace several lenses I regularly travel with and let me respond more quickly and compose more precisely in the field. So it was very exciting when […]
The terrific nature magazine aimed at kids called “Ranger Rick” has recently published a story which is a collaboration between my two kids Russell and Jessica, and me. Story by the kids, photos by me. My wife also played a key part, of course. She is primatologist Cheryl Knott, Professor at Boston University, and she […]