Celebration of the Zululand Lions

Below is an expert from a story by Tim Condon in the Zululand Observer celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the lion named “Nkozi,” his epic trek into the iMfolozi Wilderness and the great conservation heroes who played a key role in saving this lion and...

Report from Copenhagen: Tuvalu & Wilderness

Delegates arrived at the climate negotiations in Copenhagen expecting talks to focus around a few key players. In particular, expectations were that China and the United States, the two largest emitters of greenhouse gases around the world, would be in the spotlight....

A Second Chance

Essay by Kevin Hood, Wilderness Steward, USFS, Juneau Alaska “Leave it as it is. You cannot improve on it. The ages have been at work on it, and man can only mar it.” Thus remarked President Teddy Roosevelt as he beheld the Grand Canyon. He championed preserving this...

World AIDS Day – A Message from Umzi Wethu

Today the world acknowledges the remarkable recent progress in HIV/AIDS awareness, detection, and remediation. As the Wilderness Network commends this progress, it remains confronted daily with the reality of the stigma, denial, and continued contraction of HIV at an...