Sable Shenanigans, by Ian Michler

The victims of bureaucracy and unscrupulous operators, more than 200 sable antelope have been penned in a new national park in Zambia for almost three years. Investigative journalist Ian Michler filed this special report. (First published in Africa Geographic,...

WILD10: Save the date!

WILD10, The 10th World Wilderness Congress , Salamanca, Spain, 4-10 October 2013! The WILD10 process is well underway in Europe. The Spanish Ministry of Agriculture and Environment (newly reconstituted) is the national host,  having provided some of the start-up funds...

Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition

In case you haven’t heard, our partners at the Florida Wildlife Corridor began their expedition on January 17th. This trek is set to cover about 1,000 miles over 100 days and starts by traversing the Everglades ecosystem into Big Cypress, over to the Everglades...

The fishing cat wants to swim…Pass it on!

Sob stories about endangered species are so 2011. So instead we’re sending you a tale about a CAT in WATER. A story about how community, photos and film are giving an endangered animal, the aptly named fishing cat, a chance at survival. Around this time last year, my...
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