I was not going to post today, but I have to. Yesterday, I shared an article on social media that I did not have time to read. I have just finished reading it, and it is pure gold. The article was written by Erica Gies. It details ongoing Persian leopard conservation in Kurdistan, which is […]
This 9 August 2018 video from Africa is called Rhino interrupts lion couple.
This is the last post from our Masai Mara trip with CNP Safaris in February. This is a period which is between the “small and big rains”, the latter coming in late March and April. The easiest way to get to the Mara is to fly by charter plane from Wilson airport in Nairobi . It is […]
Dr. Natalie Schmitt is an inspiring conservation geneticist who is developing a DNA field kit for snow leopards (Panthera uncia). By placing a sample of scat on her lightweight test kit, researchers will be able to tell if that scat came from a snow leopard – dramatically reducing errors in the field. Dr. Schmitt recently […]
This article is brought to you thanks to the strategic cooperation of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Emma Charlton, Writer Margarine, chocolate, shampoo, soap – these are just some of the everyday products we use that contain palm oil. Image: IUCN Oil Palm Task Force It’s a topic that’s become increasingly controversial with scientists saying […]
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Kruger National Park ………… just writing those words brings an immediate sense of anticipation …… especially when you have made as many visits as we have and enjoyed such a diversity of wonderful bush experiences. It was in April this year, while spending a week at Pine lake Resort near White River, that we decided to visit […]
A mountain lion cub discovered by researchers from the National Park Service in a remote area of the Santa Monica mountains.