It’s hard to imagine the unstoppable, untameable force of the lion fitting into a tiny cage in private home. But King the lion cub found
Last month saw the exciting announcement that the Remembering Wildlife book series, responsible for the highly acclaimed Remembering Elephants and Remembering Rhinos titles, will be dedicating
BBC’s Big Cats, Planet Earth II and Blue Planet II: Tania Esteban discusses working behind the scenes on these great series!
This week, many of the world’s top wildlife photographers and leading conservationists are joining forces once again for a series of events in London –
An elephant towers above my head; just a few footsteps away a mother giraffe stands protectively over her young calf. From this vantage point I can see a closely camouflaged lioness stalking a skittish zebra. I’m not on safari in Africa though; I’m standing in the Royal Horticultural Halls in central London, surrounded by lifesized acrylic paintings of animals in their natural habitats.
This ‘dolphin drive’ season, more than 150 bottlenose dolphins have been rounded up and taken from Japan’s Taiji Cove, forced into dolphin shows in captivity, and most destined to make their way into the meat trade.
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
Born Free Foundation have a special gift to give this Christmas. Working in conjunction with vEcotourism.org they have just released a brand new app —
I love to sit in bookshop cafés. There’s something romantic about the notion: removing oneself from the wired in, Wi-Fi ready world around us to
Unsurprisingly, BBC Wildlife magazine is a favourite of mine. I’ve long enjoyed the columns and comments from BBC animal activist favourites, such as Simon King,