This fortnight elephants have been on my mind. I’ve been watching the beautiful new BBC documentary ‘Africa’ on BBC 1 on Wednesday nights, and, like
To spread festive cheer and hope to animal lovers around the world this holiday season, here are 19 conservation successes for 2019 shared by international wildlife charity Born Free…
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Last week, I was delighted to attend How many elephants’ inaugural event at the Royal Geographic Society, London, to meet the lady behind the campaign; designer, adventurer and How Many Elephants Founder, Holly Budge.
For the first time, the Amarula Trust are working alongside How Many Elephants to help to raise awareness around the alarming rate at which the African Elephant is being poached.
Conservation champions; the Whitley Fund for Nature (WFN), kicked off the month of May with their annual Whitley Awards ceremony at the Royal Geographical Society in London on Wednesday.
Claws Out explores the realities of tourists and gap year students volunteering with lions and lion cubs in South Africa. From cuddling and bottle-feeding cubs to walking with lion experiences; the hard-hitting documentary looks at how these popular tourist activities conceal dark links to the canned hunting industry.
Sharing a message of hope, but also of urgency and fear for our natural world is imperative to blogging in the field of conservation. I’m always
It’s so important as a wildlife blogger, in the field of conservation to share our message. Not just with those already connected to nature and the
This month I was fortunate enough to attend one of the biggest and most important wildlife events of the year; the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference