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The Zimbabwean Hero

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Johnny Rodrigues, Chairman of the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force (ZCTF), is a key figure in Zimbabwean wildlife conservation. Despite the heroic labels that have been ascribed to his actions, Rodrigues…

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- Nov 20, 2015
Look Deep Into Nature

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The strident call of the Woodland Kingfisher proclaims the arrival of spring in South Africa, and the return of the bird from its winter visit to the north. Whilst enjoying a morning walk, we noticed a…

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- Oct 12, 2015
Lysander’s Song

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You know that feeling, looking back on childhood memories, when you aren’t sure whether the memory is actually yours? Perhaps you extrapolated from a photo you saw or drew from stories you were told. Like…

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- Aug 06, 2012
Elephants in the Refuge

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Wasara Ranch and the Chiredzi River Land Conservancy in Zimbabwe is theoretically a place of refuge. But the flood of new settlers continues unchecked and has decimated the original Wasara ranch land,…

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- Jul 23, 2012
The Bear Whisperer

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What happens to the unwanted, the injured, the lost animals of New Mexico when they have nowhere else to go? For more than 10 years, Dr. Kathleen Ramsay has been taking in injured and problem animals –…

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- Jul 16, 2012
My Pantanal

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In this simple yet stirring short film about life in the Pantanal, the big cat conservation organization Panthera reaches out to the people of Brazil in an attempt to discuss with them the importance of…

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- Mar 05, 2012
Saving Big Cats: an interview with Dr. Laurie Marker

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Dr. Laurie Marker is the co-founder and executive director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund, which helps protect these charismatic big cats worldwide. She helped develop international captive breeding…

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- Dec 05, 2011
The Galapagos

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Lying six hundred miles off of the coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands dot the Pacific Ocean with more than one hundred islands that are home to more than nine thousand species, many of which occur…

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- Dec 12, 2010
Lessons From Wolves

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Anthropologist Jami Wright studied wolf reintroduction in Idaho by studying Idahoans. She found that many wolf complaints had more to do with people than the predator.

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- Oct 22, 2010
Shooting in the Wild: An Interview with filmmaker Chris Palmer

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This book by Chris Palmer takes you behind the scenes of popular nature and wildlife films, sharing the adventures of the daring and creative people who make these films and TV shows. It also pulls back…

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- Sep 24, 2010