“My favorite thing to share about the Falklands is just how beautiful it is,” says Tiphanie May, a naturalist for Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic and a native of this stunning archipelago. Located 300 miles off the coast of Argentina, the Falkland Islands boasts 220+ species of birds, five species of penguins, and a robust history that goes back centuries. In this episode of Expedition Spotlight, join May as she immerses us in her homeland, revealing the region’s breathtaking natural beauty as well as daily life in the colorful town of Stanley.