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Endangered Species – My Blog

Mountain Gorilla Charge

I had my back to him as he came tumbling through the undergrowth, a whole 200 plus kilos of him. Branches and twigs were snapping as he pushed through. I was crouching, photographing a female and another Silverback. He stopped … Continued

Honorable Mention, International Black and White Photographic Competition; Monovisions

I am stoked to find out today that my image ‘Mother and Child’ that I took in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda last year, won an Honorable Mention in the Nature and Wildlife Category of the International Black and … Continued

One of the last..

A Northern White Rhino having a fabulous time in the rain; like a 2,000kg kid really   One of the last two Northern White Rhinos left in the world, Kenya. International scientists have successfully created embryos with eggs extracted from … Continued

Rhino Run!

I felt it, first on my forehead, then my cheek. Starting with big drops that soon became a downpour. It rained hard. The water hit the dry ground, turning dust into mud and flinging it upwards. I ran, feeling the … Continued

Grevy’s Zebra, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya

The largest of the zebra species, Grevy’s zebra have thicker stripes and bigger ears than other zebras. Their stripes are a very distinctive black and white which appear all over the zebra’s body, even on their mane and ears. They … Continued

Diademed Sifakas (critically endangered)

Diademed Sifakas (critically endangered) We clambered off the main track in the Ranomafana Forest, heading down the steep bank. My guide kept a fast pace as we headed towards where the Diademed Sifakas were last seen. We were upon them … Continued

Happy New Year

As I sit here contemplating my new adventures, expeditions, photo assignments and countries for 2020, I reflect on what a great year 2019 has been, and where it has taken me. Here is an overview of some of the things … Continued