The film I am a Ranger hopes to shine a light on some of the many unsung heroes working in conservation that are at the forefront of the war on poaching and conservation in Africa.
As the year draws to a close, the team at Black Bean Productions reflects on the year. And what an amazing year it has been – full of travel and new experiences!
White lion cubs caught on camera at N’wanetsi Concession.
The crew at Black Bean Productions is given a fright when an elephant charges their vehicle in Limpopo.
Meet Koos Verwey and learn about the work he does with the Himba communities in Namibia’s Kunene region.
An incredible opportunity to spend time in Namibia with Save the Rhino Trust and an examination of why the small team have achieved significant success.
The Black Mamba Anti-Peaching Unit is the first of its kind. The majority of the team are women who not only are protecting wildlife but are educating communities that live on the boundaries of Kruger.
Anatolian shepherd dogs in the Namaqualand National Park – an innovative project aiding in conservation.