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Natural history

Get To Know The Gorillas

CLEARING UP THE MIST AROUND THE GREAT APES

Congo, Destinations, Photo Galleries

Things You Find in the Forest

A photographic tour of the dense rainforests of Odzala-Kokoua National Park in the Republic of Congo – from gorillas to parrots & monkeys

Uncategorized

Meerkat pups and a puff adder

A meerkat story worthy of a ‘Meerkat Manor’ episode and an award for bravery.

Natural history, Poaching

Congo: the living forest

DEVELOPING A CULTURE OF CONSERVATION IN THE CONGO

Uncategorized

Meet Barkie, the baby aardvark

Meet Barkie, a rescued aardvark baby at the N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary in Namibia.

Decoding science, Hunting, Natural history, Opinion Editorial, Poaching

Lion King or Commodity?

AN ANALYSIS OF
THE LION BREEDING INDUSTRY
IN SOUTH AFRICA

Uncategorized

Kenya’s magical forest – the Arabuko Sokoke

Jeremy sets out birding in Arabuko Sokoke forest, a fragile green jewel of Kenya’s coastline.

People

Three years in the wild

Sometimes, I feel like I’m the luckiest person in the world. For the past three years, I have lived almost exclusively in South Africa’s national parks and nature reserves. On a typical day, while some people sit in city traffic, I could photograph lions in the Kalahari, tracking rhinos with rangers or swimming with turtles. …

People

Tips for sketching in the field

African wildlife rarely stays still for one to even get a good photograph let alone sketch it. Alison Nicholls has some tips for artists inspired by Africa

Opinion Editorial, Poaching

Ivory – the burning question

AMERICA’S ONGOING DEBATE OVER THE TRADE IN IVORY

Natural history, Photo Galleries

The painted ape

The mandrill is the most colourful of all monkeys & occurs in the dense rainforests of Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Republic of Congo & Gabon

Decoding science, Natural history, Poaching

Shades of Grey

A JOURNEY FROM A BUSTLING FOREST COMMUNITY TO SOLITARY LIFE IN YOUR LIVING ROOM

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