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14 Times Africa's Wildlife Melted Our Hearts

Kissing Bonobos

Because we love our supporters, and we know our supporters love Africa's unique wildlife, we wanted to give you a special treat this Valentine's Day.

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Coming Face to Face With the Rhino Poaching Crisis

White rhinos at a watering hole

As a sport and wildlife photographer from Australia, I have visited the African continent regularly in the past 25 years. I have been fortunate to experience so many amazing adventures on my trips—especially my time spent photographing black and white rhino.

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What Will Our Conservation Story Be?

What Will Our Conservation Story Be?

For those who often read about the state of wildlife today, the narrative isn’t always a happy one—in fact, more often than not it’s just the opposite.

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Why Does It Matter if a Species Becomes Extinct?

Why Does It Matter If a Species Becomes Extinct?

The “butterfly effect”—the idea that a butterfly flapping its wings can set in motion a series of events that result in massive change halfway around the world—is a pretty apt way to describe our increasingly global and connected world. We could also call this the rhino effect.

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Protecting Namibia's Desert-Adapted Rhino

Protecting Namibia's Desert-Adapted Rhino

Though South Africa remains the epicenter of Africa’s poaching crisis, its neighbors are feeling the impact of the illicit wildlife trade as well. Namibia, for example, lost an average of 1.25 rhinos per year between 2009 and 2012, five in 2013… and 24 in 2014.

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