Apparently today is the most depressing day of the year. Cold January Mondays, can be a miserable time as it is, without the thought that statistics
Cecil the lion and his legacy: Taking the lions’ share
CITES 2016 has drawn to a close. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora held its 17th meeting in
David Attenborough responds: Lions in the balance and Radio Times magazine
I am intrinsically drawn to places of nature and natural beauty, and as I sit in this very British park, barely three minutes walk from
David and the lion’s den
Sounds like a twist on a biblical story, doesn’t it? Well, there are a couple of things of epic proportions in this latest update. Just
Rescuing lions — an exclusive interview with Captured in Africa
One of the things I love most about blogging is having the opportunity to talk to experts and professionals in conservation about the incredible and
Bred for the bullet: the canned hunting industry
“I remember the heat and that heavy atmosphere which made me certain that at any moment there would be a crash of thunder and the
In the spirit of Elsa, Christian and Cecil
‘Animal activist’ is never a title I’ve given myself, but it’s one that’s been applied to me on a few occasions recently and suppose in
A lion without its roar.
I’ve been suffering writer’s block lately. And suffering is the right word. The irony of being surrounded by inspiration and brimming with thoughts and opinions
Cecil is only the start.
I get told constantly that greed is all around us. But I disagree. Greed lurks in corners and congregates in old buildings with fancy architecture.
Goodbye Ma Juah
As a silver member of Born Free Foundation, I received my latest copy of Wildlife Times magazine in the post last week to discover the