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WILD to INSPIRE Winner Begins His Tanzanian Adventure

Manyara Ranch safari photographed by Dan Duran

Where do I even begin? I feel like I lived a lifetime is just a matter of days. I’m so incredibly blessed and humbled to embark on amazing opportunity thanks to Nat Geo WILD and the African Wildlife Foundation.

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AWF’s Newest Conservation Superstars

AWF Conservation Manangement Training Program

As the school year begins, six young conservationists are gearing up for a different type of education—one that is very hands on.

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Wild Dogs Return to Manyara Ranch

African wild dogs at Manyara Ranch Conservancy. Photo by Tom Schovsbo

What's the fuss about wild dogs? Well, it is quite a big deal. Wild dogs are endangered, almost disappearing from Tanzania's northern parks. It is easier to find a leopard, cheetah and lion on the same day than a wild dog. These “painted” dogs, roam far and wide covering great distances - here today but gone tomorrow, not to be seen again for months or years.

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Arrival and Tarangire

Lion in Tarangire on AWF Safari

Let’s just say I’m really glad I’m short and leave it at that, because I can’t imagine being tall and taking such a long flight in such a small seat. But as with all amazing journeys – and trust me, this trip was the very definition of amazing – all the rigors of travel were forgotten when we landed at last at Kilimanjaro International Airport in Arusha, Tanzania. Just the words sound magical, and that’s another very accurate way to describe our trip, as you’ll see.

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