Photo of the Week — 3.22.10

Robert Glenn Ketchum, iLCP member and our photographer of the month, took this photo at Wood-Tikchik State Park in Southwest Alaska. Read about Robert’s conservation work in Southwest...

Tigers in Africa

Tigers in Africa seems a fanciful thought…but they are there! Though they do not roam completely free in the wilderness, the South China Tiger can be found in carefully managed, large wildland areas in South Africa, the subject of an ambitious effort to rescue it from...

Nomkhubulwane in El Paso

This video is an interview with Katie Updike, a friend of the artist Andries Botha, and major organizer in getting this sculpture from South Africa to the United States. Nomkhubulwane, a 9-foot-tall elephant sculpture made of woven recycled tires, is touring North...

Elephants Don’t Carry Passports

This week is a critical one for the elephants of Africa. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species meets in Doha, Qater all week, and one of the hot-topics up for discussion and vote is the proposed one-off sale of ivory and delisting of the elephant...

Photographer of the Month — Robert Glenn Ketchum

Robert Glenn Ketchum, a founding Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers (ILCP), is a distinguished photographer. Robert received his B.A. from UCLA, his M.F.A. from California Institute of the Arts, and an honorary M.S. from Brooks Institute...
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