From the field
A minute watching a dung beetle prepare breakfast, the view from the top of Mt. Kenya or waking up in the Amazon to the sound of Howler monkeys. Its experiences such as these that stir emotions and satiate our bodies, minds and souls.
WFF returns from safari in the Maasai Mara
Lion Guardians is a conservation organization dedicated to finding and enacting long-term solutions for people and lions to coexist.
STEP was founded out of a dire need to curb the elephant poaching crisis in Southern Tanzania that led to the decimation of one of Africa’s largest elephant populations. WFF discusses poaching, successes & the future.
Mankind is successfully decimating rainforests at a rate that is bringing about ill effects to ourselves and to nature. As you read this sentence, 50 to 100 acres of tropical forests, globally, will be eliminated, disrupted, degraded or impoverished.
The Mara is special for various reasons. Over the years, tourist traffic and human development has scarred this paradise to some degree. But one thing or rather one moment remains resolute; dawn!
Volcanic islands in the sky
In the heart of Africa, rests a volcanic island in the sky. Giants reside within its depths. Welcome to the Virungas
Behind me the sky erupted in magenta and crimson before slowly cooling down to a deep blue...
Lowering the window was tempting but the temperature was a knee trembling 10 degrees. Encouraged by the call of a yellow throated spurfowl, I embraced Africa and eventually let her into the warm cocoon of the car. The air was fresh and invigorating...
The car was packed with safari requirements: photography gear, a good single malt, a cooler of beers and just enough clothes for a 3 day trip to the Masaai Mara...