A visit to one of Africa’s most extraordinary and important wetlands. Home to over 680 species of birds.
A family-owned private game reserve on the banks of the Zambezi, with a vision to reintroduce wildlife, protect the forests and restore the area.
A print fundraiser to spread hope for nature in times of COVID-19. Supporting parks managed in partnership with local governments by African Parks.
Thousands have protested, and environmentalists have expressed grave concerns, as the area affected by the oil spill from the Japanese vessel, MV Wakashio continues to decline.
Zambia’s wildlife is incredible, diverse, and under threat. Consumption of bush meat and trafficking in wildlife products are reaching an all-time high.
The ship that struck a reef in Mauritius, on July 25th, leaking tons of oil into nearby protected areas, has split apart, with its remaining fuel now spreading into the island’s turquoise waters.
100 Photographers, one cause - a print fundraiser to spread hope for nature in times of COVID-19.
The Askari Project has been set up to raise funding and support for elephant conservation and the protection of some of the last Great Tuskers of Africa. This funding and support will be directed to the operations and on the ground efforts of The Tsavo Trust.
Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ) is a non-profit organisation committed to the protection of wildlife and to the sustainable use of natural resources in the Lower Zambezi in Zambia.