Kenya’s Taita Hills is a dense cloud forest teeming with wildlife. While that may sound like paradise, the forest is threatened by habitat loss and fragmentation – which is raising concerns amongst researchers.
Meeting an elephant in Ruaha on foot, ‘eye to eye’ so to speak, is very different from watching them from the safety of a car. One can feel the power within their massive bodies, while they soft-footedly, and without making a sound, move past you.
A journey into Tanzania’s Selous Game Reserve – a wonderful wild place teeming with wildlife.
In the tropics, fast growing human populations and an increased need for agricultural land clash with the need to protect biodiversity hotspots. Often nature loses out and pristine habitats become fragmented and gradually degraded. How does this affect the animals that have roamed these landscapes before humans started to exploit them? Can they cope with these changes?
A photographer is invited to be part of the vibrant festivities of a Sukuma wedding in Tanzania.
Support this African women’s initiative to help the environment.
Students of the Chimala Primary School’s wildlife club look at alternative forms of renewable energy to help run the school.