Having stepped in at the last minute when the original tour leader fell ill, Will Wagstaff has been visiting the Falkland Islands on a regular basis since 1994. He has explored large areas of the Falklands from the smallest uninhabited islands to the isolated settlements as well as the ‘metropolis' of Stanley, having now spent over a year on the islands when the collected trips are added up. In recent times Will has also been working on Expedition cruise ships which have taken him to hitherto unvisited and remote areas. His main passion has always been ornithology, but over the years his interests have encompassed all aspects of wildlife. His journeys usually involve leading groups, giving lectures on board etc, so he has been able to communicate his love of wildlife to many. There is so much to see and enjoy that keeps Will coming back to these special islands and, whether sitting watching albatrosses flying in and out of their colonies or admiring penguins living up to their charismatic reputation, he is still enthralled by this magical location.