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African Wild 'Painted' Dogs
African Wild 'Painted' Dogs
In May 2016 we finally saw a group of Painted Dogs in Kenya's Samburu National Reserve. Like so many other animals, these wild dogs are greatly endangered, but 'PDC - Painted Dogs Conservation' ( at www.wildnet.org) is working hard to protect these special canines.
Save the Elephants
Save the Elephants
Our visit to Elephant Watch Camp in Samburu, Kenya and our interview with Elephant research pioneer and founder of Save the Elephants Iain Douglas Hamilton.
Amboseli Trust For Elephants
Amboseli Trust For Elephants
In December 2014 we visited Cynthia Moss of ATE (Amboseli Trust For Elephants) at her camp in Amboseli National Park (Kenya), to learn more about the Elephants she has been studying there for over 40 years. As supporters of ATE we were also eager to learn more about ATE's various Programs which are designed to benefit both Elephants and the surrounding Masai Communities. It was a privilege to spend time with Cynthia while in the presence of the calm and trusting Elephants of Amboseli. Thank you Cynthia
Kikilezi & her 3 Cubs
Kikilezi & her 3 Cubs
In March 2010, while visiting the Mala Mala Reserve in South Africa, we were fortunate enough to observe the female Leopard Kikilezi and her 3 cubs during some quality Family time. A big "Thank You" to our excellent guide Andrew who found Kikilezi and company for us.
ORANGUTAN ODYSSEY--Meeting Indonesia's endangered
ORANGUTAN ODYSSEY--Meeting Indonesia's endangered "People of the Forest"
THE ORANGUTAN FOUDATION INTERNATIONAL - founded by Dr. Birute Galdikas who has been studying the once elusive Orangutans since 1971 - rescues and nurtures orphaned Orangutans. Once raised and old enough to fend for themselves they are released back into the wild. As part of a small group of OFI supporters, we traveled to Borneo to see these gentle creatures and to learn about their fight for survival. Due to on going Habitat destruction, largely caused by logging and subsequent Palm Oil Plantation construction, the Orangutans are in great peril. After meeting our beguiling primate cousins and learning of their plight, we've decided to expand our support for Dr. Birute's work and OFI's mission. To learn how you can help the remaining Orangutans visit: www.orangutan.org Please avoid all products containing Palm Oil. For more information visit: www.saynotopalmoil.com and www.ran.org (Rainforest Action Network)
Ivory Orphans at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya 2011
Ivory Orphans at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya 2011
Return visit to the Elephant Orphans at the Trust's Nursery in Nairobi National Park and our first visit to the Trust's Ithumba rehabilitation center in Tsavo East National Park. We were privileged to spend time with the Orphans and their Keepers in the Bush and more. We thank Dr.Dame Daphne and Angela Sheldrick and everyone at the Trust for their Hospitality and Inspiration.
Friends Of Conservation
Friends Of Conservation
Fund Raising Appeal
LEWA WILDLIFE CONSERVANCY IN KENYA
LEWA WILDLIFE CONSERVANCY IN KENYA
Once a cattle ranch, The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy has, among other accomplishments, become a highly successful Black Rhino sanctuary. Lewa's comprehensive conservation efforts extend well beyond its borders and benefit several communities in Northern Kenya through employment, education and more. Today Lewa is well known as a model of enlightened conservation and oustanding wildlife viewing opportunities. Visiters are well provided for at Lewa's excellent lodgings and accommodations such as "Wilderness Trails" and the "Lewa Safari Camp"
Mountain Gorillas in Uganda
Mountain Gorillas in Uganda
Footage of Mountain Gorillas in Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable Forrest National Park
Orphaned and Wild Chimpanzees in Uganda
Orphaned and Wild Chimpanzees in Uganda
Footage of the Chimpansee Sanctuary on Ngamba Island and Kibale National Park in Uganda
Greeting from John Kay
Greeting from John Kay
An introducttion to The Maue Kay Foundation's mission and projects
Gijedabung School Tanzania
Gijedabung School Tanzania
The Gijedabung Primary School is located near Tarangire National Park in Tanzania. It's supported by "Frinds Of Conservation" and in addition to it's regular curriculum teaches it's students the value of Wildlife and the need for conservation.
The Elephant Sanctuary
The Elephant Sanctuary
A natural habitat refuge for old, sick or needy, retired Zoo and Circus Elephants. 2700 acres of pastures and forests, where these complex and highly intelligent creatures can live their remaining years amongst their own kind, without chains or dominance. The Girls" (they are all female pachyderms, Asian & African, living in separate habitats) have countless admirers and supporters, who regularly look in on them via the live "EleCam" viewable at: www.elephants.com Few places exist in the World, where enlightened thinking and compassion are applied as caringly in the treatment of our fellow beings
Tith Mom School in Cambodia
Tith Mom School in Cambodia
After visiting the "Killing Fields" memorial and other vestiges of the Khmer Rouge / Pol Pot mightmare in Cambodia, we decided to fund the building of a primary school through "American Assistance For Cambodia" headed by its founder Bernie Krisher who can be reached through: www.cambodiaschools.com This clip was shot on the formal opening day of the "Tith Mom School"
Elephant Orphans at The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Elephant Orphans at The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Baby Elephants and Rhinos orphans are rescued and returned to the African wild once successfully raised by the Trust and it's keepers. Over the years Dame Dr. Daphne Sheldrick, her family and dedicated staff have saved the lives of over 80 tiny pachyderms at the Trust's Orphanage at Nairobi National Park in Kenya East Africa

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Remembering Elephants
Remembering Elephants
Born Free are delighted to announce that Remembering Elephants – the stunning photographic book and exhibition produced by photographer Margot Raggett and featuring images by 65 of the world’s top wildlife photographers - has now raised £115k for elephant conservation. A selection of the unique images have now been set to music in a touching short film released this week, featuring the poignant and hopeful ‘Don’t Give Up’ by iconic musician Peter Gabriel. The Remembering Elephants book is now sold out, but a number of Limited Editions, are available to purchase from the Born Free Shop. Please visit https://give.bornfree.org.uk/products/remembering-elephants-limited-edition-943 for details 🐘 🐘
World Elephant Day 2015
World Elephant Day 2015
On World Elephant Day we took 200 children from slums of Nairobi to Amboseli National Park. Watch what happens when they meet elephants for the first time in their lives.
Elephants, Rhinos & Lions to go EXTINCT: iThemba, a call to action!
Elephants, Rhinos & Lions to go EXTINCT: iThemba, a call to action!
Elephant, Rhino and lion populations are being decimated across Africa. Habitat loss, poaching and other means of human-wildlife conflict have these species on the brink of extinction. At the current rate of decline, we could see these species disappear in the next 5-15 years. That is not our grandchildren's lifetime, that is OUR lifetime and thus OUR generation's responsibility. We must come together to speak out and take a stand to generate WORLDWIDE support for saving these species! WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP: 1. SHARE this video - Help us spread awareness! 2. DONATE - 100% goes to help our partners and us fund wildlife conservation projects - donate at www.GenerationAwakening.org 3. SIGN PETITION - calling on the U.S. to make stronger protections for wildlife & make saving species from extinction a priority: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/933/472/544/demand-laws-for-wildlife-now-tell-the-us-to-make-saving-species-from-ext/ A HUGE THANK YOU TO 6 TIME EMMY AWARD WINNING ACTOR AND DEDICATED ACTIVIST, ED ASNER FOR LENDING HIS POWERFUL VOICE TO THIS VIDEO. A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU TO FILMMAKER JACOB TAYLOR FOR THE STUNNING FOOTAGE OF AFRICA'S WILDLIFE. THANK YOU ALSO TO BEST-SELLING AUSTRALIAN AUTHOR, BRADLEY TREVOR GREIVE FOR HIS BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN WORDS THAT ED ASNER SPEAKS - excerpt from "Priceless: The Vanishing Beauty of a Fragile Planet" THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS: Born Free, Amboseli Trust for Elephants and WESSA (the Wildlife & Environmental Society of South Africa) for ALL they do everyday to protect wildlife. http://www.bornfreeusa.org/ https://www.elephanttrust.org/ http://www.wessa.org.za/ http://www.generationawakening.org
Li Bingbing, actress and UNEP Goodwill Ambassador on Elephants and Ivory Poaching
Li Bingbing, actress and UNEP Goodwill Ambassador on Elephants and Ivory Poaching
In May 2013, leading Chinese Actress and UNEP Goodwill Ambassador Li Bingbing visited Kenya with UNEP and Save the Elephants. There she witnessed the wonder of wild elephants, the horror of poaching and the orphans left behind. Her message to the world? Say no to ivory.
Rise Up For Elephants - Orphans For Orphans
Rise Up For Elephants - Orphans For Orphans
This video honours The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and the Rise Up For Elephants Community who have sponsored an orphan elephant for an orphan from the Kenya Children's Home
Vanishing Treasures - wildlife in water
Vanishing Treasures - wildlife in water
How artist Wang Xieda used water to raise awareness about our wildlife Vanishing Treasures...
AMAZING! Orangutan asks girl for help in sign language
AMAZING! Orangutan asks girl for help in sign language
http://InYourPalm.org - TAKE ACTION TODAY TO STAND WITH THE LAST WILD ORANGUTANS. **Now with english captions for the hearing impaired. More languages coming soon** Rainforests are being destroyed for palm oil and pushing the last wild orangutans to the brink of extinction. At Rainforest Action Network our goal is to collect 60,600 photo petitions - that's one person for each orangutan remaining in the wild. We'll deliver these photos to the Snack Food 20, the top snack food companies that are using this Conflict Palm Oil in our food. RAN teamed up with Free Range Studios to produce this 2 minute video to launch The Last Stand of the Orangutan: The Power is in Your Palm - a new national campaign exposing the US snack food industry for putting Conflict Palm Oil into the food products we buy everyday. After watching and taking action at http://InYourPalm.org, please share this video far and wide to help us achieve the greatest impact possible. Palm oil is found in roughly half the products sold in grocery stores and its production is now one of the leading causes of rainforest destruction worldwide. It is the single biggest threat driving orangutans toward extinction and is responsible for widespread human rights violations including displacement of Indigenous Peoples, land conflicts with forest dependent communities, and forced and child labor. On top of that, deforestation in Indonesia and Malaysia, where palm oil is grown, is pushing more carbon pollution into earth's atmosphere each year than all the cars, trucks, planes, trains and ships in the United States combined. In fact, due to deforestation, Indonesia has the third largest greenhouse gas emissions behind China and the United States. But we can do something about it! The most popular and influential snack food companies using Conflict Palm Oil, dubbed the "Snack Food 20" by RAN, control some of America's most well known household brands including Pepsi, Heinz, Hershey's, Kraft and Smuckers. They spend millions a year to instill brand loyalty and trust in their customers - us - and they really care what we think. It is crucial that these companies hear from you right now. Tell them that you will not stand for Conflict Palm Oil in your food. Together we can convince these brands to take action and change the destructive way Conflict Palm Oil is grown. Learn much more, upload your photo, and join RAN's Palm Oil Action Team at http://InYourPalm.org
倒带 Rewind
倒带 Rewind
买卖就是屠杀 The true cost of buying elephant ivory. See it on Youku http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNTkyOTk3MDYw.html
WHITE GOLD Trailer - a Kenyan perspective on elephant poaching and the ivory trade
WHITE GOLD Trailer - a Kenyan perspective on elephant poaching and the ivory trade
AEFF is currently working a new film entitled 'White Gold' (the name given to ivory by Chinese traders). This is the promotional trailer we are using to help raise money for the production and dissemination costs of this film. As with all AEFF productions, this film is non-commercial and will be used for educational and awareness-raising purposes only. The film, currently in production, is being made from Kenya's perspective and will be a powerful voice supporting Kenya's opposition to the re-opening of a legal international ivory trade. The film investigates the current status of African elephants, today's unprecedented poaching levels, and the international ivory trade. Working in cooperation with the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), eminent scientists and conservationists across Kenya and internationally, the film follows the ivory trail from source to consumer, covering issues never before seen on film and examining the security and economic implications of the illegal ivory trade - and the potential future impact should international ivory trading be legalized by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). As a conservation education tool, the film has three key objectives: (i) when screened in multiple languages at CITES 2013, to encourage the international delegates to vote in support of Kenya's opposition to re-opening the ivory trade -- the result of this vote by the 175 member nations of CITES is critical to the survival of the African Elephant; (ii) to create awareness among consumer nations, particularly in the Far East, in order to slow the demand for ivory -- to support the conservation community's efforts to make the buying of ivory socially unacceptable (much as was achieved with the fur trade in the West); (iii) as a free educational resource disseminated across 46 African countries through AEFF's established distribution network that reaches hundreds of millions of people across the continent. The cumulative effect of addressing CITES, the consumer nations and the African elephant range states will have a significant impact on elephant conservation, because the result of the CITES vote and reducing the demand for ivory in consumer nations are key to the survival of the species, and because this film, as an educational tool in Africa, will maintain its relevance for many years to come. Not only elephants and their habitat (also shared by other wildlife) will benefit from the effects of this film. The security and stability of African countries are at stake (for a legal ivory trade would create an "ivory rush" and a proliferation of weapons uncontainable by most African countries with their limited resources), with implications for people's personal safety, businesses, investor confidence and the tourist trade (which in many African countries is the biggest employer and a major foreign exchange earner). Ivory is also increasingly being used as an untraceable form of revenue for subversive organisations, with worldwide security implications. AEFF is seeking support for the production of this important film. If you are able to make a donation, please visit our website for more details: http://africanenvironmentalfilms.squarespace.com/donate Thank you!
She's Alive... Beautiful... Finite... Hurting... Worth Dying for.
She's Alive... Beautiful... Finite... Hurting... Worth Dying for.
This is a non-commercial attempt from http://www.sanctuaryasia.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/sanctuaryasiapage, to highlight the fact that world leaders, irresponsible corporates and mindless 'consumers' are combining to destroy life on earth. It is dedicated to all who died fighting for the planet and those whose lives are on the line today. The cut was put together by Vivek Chauhan, a young film maker, together with naturalists working with the Sanctuary Asia network (http://www.sanctuaryasia.com/). Content credit: The principal source for the footage was Yann Arthus-Bertrand's incredible film HOME http://www.homethemovie.org/. The music was by Armand Amar. Thank you too Greenpeace and http://timescapes.org/
Big Life 2012
Big Life 2012
Please go to http://www.biglife.org to learn more and DONATE NOW. BIG LIFE 2012, the first 6 minute film from Big Life Foundation, shows the urgent poaching situation in East Africa right now, and what Big Life is doing on the ground to deal with it. The film features animal footage shot in Amboseli in July 2012 by Nick Brandt, and interviews and action from earlier in the year with Richard Bonham, as he and the Big Life rangers pursue poachers within the East African Amboseli ecosystem where Big Life currently operates. Founded by photographer Nick Brandt and conservationist Richard Bonham in late 2010, Big Life Foundation seeks to conserve and protect the animals and wild lands of the Amboseli-Tsavo ecosystem of East Africa. Recognizing that sustainable conservation can only be achieved through a community-based collaborative approach, Big Life nurtures the critically important relationship between the local Maasai communities and wildlife, to ensure that protecting the wildlife benefits all, economically, ethically and environmentally. Big Life's vision is to take the successful holistic conservation model in the Amboseli-Tsavo ecosystem and replicate it across the African continent. Music: First Track : Wandering Saint by L. Subramaniam http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/baraka-music-from-original/id176210966 Last Track : Matawi: Killer of Men by Michael Stearns http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-lost-world/id184781709 Directed by Nick Brandt Edited by Zen Rosenthal of General Editorial, Santa Monica, California Photography: Animals : Nick Brandt Poached Elephant and Giraffe Sequences : Kire Godal Rangers & Aerials : Jimmy Greenwood Post Production / Titles : Method Studios, Santa Monica Sound Mix : Tom Paolantonio, Lime Studios, Santa Monica Color Telecine : Mike Pethel, Company 3, Santa Monica With many thanks for the generous help from all of the above Post-Production companies, and Robert Parker at General Editorial; Luke Thornton & Gerard Cantor at Believe Media, L.A; Cristina Colissimo & Jordana Glick-Franzheim at Crossover Productions.
Modern Warrior: Damien Mander at TEDxSydney
Modern Warrior: Damien Mander at TEDxSydney
Thirty-three year old Damien Mander served as a special operations sniper and clearance diver for Australia. Whilst deployed in Iraq he project managed the Iraq Special Police Training Academy, overseeing training of up to 700 cadets at one time. Following three years on the frontline of the Iraq war he departed in 2008 with no new direction in life. A trip to Africa left him face-to-face with the horrors that the world's wildlife is dealing with. Liquidating all personal assets acquired from 12 tours of duty, he founded the International Anti-Poaching Foundation. The organisation focuses on ranger training, operations and integrating modern technology into conservation. Today, the Australian is a soldier-turned-environmental activist. He is outspoken about conservation and the nature of our priorities in an uncertain world. Damien's work has featured in National Geographic Magazine, 60 Minutes, Animal Planet, Al Jazeera, Voice of America, Forbes, Sunday Times, & Good Weekend Magazine. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Li Bingbing visits the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (06 May 2013)
Li Bingbing visits the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (06 May 2013)
Leading Chinese Actress Li Bingbing, recently named 'Asian Star of the Year' by Variety Magazine, is visiting Kenya in her role as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). She has visited the DSWT's Nairobi Nursery coming face to face with orphaned elephants that have lost their mothers due to ivory poaching. Li Bingbing is meeting with wildlife experts across the country to discuss the challenges and has urged greater effort from governments and consumers to combat illegal wildlife trade. With a social media following of over 20million and significant media appeal, her influence will certainly resonate with those in China and beyond. You can read more about this story at: http://www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org/updates/updates.asp?ID=526
Sities,Turkwel, Kainuk graduate to Ithumba
Sities,Turkwel, Kainuk graduate to Ithumba
3rd April 2013 saw three of our Nursery girls, Sities, Kainuk and Turkwel graduate from the Nairobi Nursery to the DSWT's reintegration centre at Ithumba. This next stage in their journey will now witness them mixing with wild elephants, as they take a step closer to a life back in the wild. All three girls have been wonderful members of the Nursery unit, much loved by the entire orphan herd and all of the Nairobi keepers, but they have now reached the age to fly the nest and head to the wilds of Tsavo, Turkwel the eldest at nearly four years old, followed by Sities at three years and four months, and finally Kainuk at just under three years old.
TEDxJacksonHole - Laly Lichtenfeld - Warriors for Wildlife: Saving Lions on the Maasai Steppe
TEDxJacksonHole - Laly Lichtenfeld - Warriors for Wildlife: Saving Lions on the Maasai Steppe
Dr. Laly Lichtenfeld is an African lion expert working in northern Tanzania to save one of its most threatened lion populations. She is co-founder and executive director of the African People & Wildlife Fund and a Yale research affiliate. Lichtenfeld is a member of the National Geographic Big Cats Initiative and a recipient of the Fulbright Award. People and lions come into direct and frequent conflict when the big cats attack and kill the Maasai's livestock and harm people. Intense retaliatory killing of lions occurs on a regular basis. Now, a project called Living Walls, using a unique combination of chain-link fencing and fast-growing tress as fence posts, is creating special enclosures to keep cattle safe from lions, and lions out of the way of Maasai spears. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Matty the Baby Sloth
Matty the Baby Sloth
The best day of my life. Matty (Matthew) a baby three toed sloth giving Claire (sloth handler and tour guide extraordinaire) a hibiscus petal. Taken at the Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica - http://www.slothsanctuary.com/
"CHASING ICE" captures largest glacier calving ever filmed - OFFICIAL VIDEO
This rare footage has gone on record as the largest glacier calving event ever captured on film, by the 2016 Guiness Book of World Records. On May 28, 2008, Adam LeWinter and Director Jeff Orlowski filmed a historic breakup at the Ilulissat Glacier in Western Greenland. The calving event lasted for 75 minutes and the glacier retreated a full mile across a calving face three miles wide. The height of the ice is about 3,000 feet, 300-400 feet above water and the rest below water. Footage produced by James Balog (http://jamesbalog.com) and the Extreme Ice Survey (http://extremeicesurvey.org) Chasing Ice won the award for Excellence in Cinematography at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and a 2013 Emmy Award for Outstanding Nature Programming. It has won over 40 awards at festivals worldwide, and was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song, "Before My Time" by J. Ralph featuring Scarlett Johansson and Joshua Bell. Listen to the song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB4UEQzUmWc And watch the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIZTMVNBjc4
Tiger & Gibbon-very funny act
Tiger & Gibbon-very funny act
a very funny video in which a gibbon is teasing a tiger- from Discovery channel.
Palm Oil Plantations and Deforestation in Borneo -- View from the Sky
Palm Oil Plantations and Deforestation in Borneo -- View from the Sky
This aerial footage of oil palm plantations and deforestation was taken in February 2010 in West Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo). Featured at the end is a beautiful orangutan baby named Luna. This innocent baby "disappeared" under questionable circumstances in April 2011. Learn more about baby Luna and her tragic story: http://redapes.org/sintang/jaan http://redapes.org/luna http://redapes.org/sintang After her 'loss' all of Luna's friends were thankfully evacuated to safety at the Ketapang Orangutan Center, which is managed by the professional staff of International Animal Rescue. Please support Luna's friends: http://redapes.org/adopt
UN-REDD Indonesia.mov
UN-REDD Indonesia.mov
UN-REDD Programme Indonesia
Elephant Orphans... Wisdom of the Wild
Elephant Orphans... Wisdom of the Wild
From ArgoFilm's "Wisdom of the Wild" comes the moving story of Daphne Sheldrick and her elephant orphanage. This documentary was produced for PBS' Nature Series. Join our journey by subscribing to our channel! Our Emmy Award winning films seek to lend a voice to those who cannot speak for themselves. Like what we do? Let us know! Follow us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EmmyWinningArgoFilms Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestoryofdao Our website and blog: http://www.argofilms.com/ For a sneak peak at our upcoming film, visit: http://www.facebook.com/StoryofDao
LeopardKill
LeopardKill
https://www.facebook.com/mipix We nearly missed this leopard on our early morning game drive. We were watching her for about half an hour when something spooked the herd of Impala on the opposite side of the road. The Impala ran straight into the leopard. Due to the overwhelming response to this video, here is some more information: Saturday 29 September 2012 -- We were on a game drive when we spotted a female leopard on the left hand side of the road not five metres from us. On the opposite side was a herd of Impala. The wind was making the Impala very skittish, but they failed to see the leopard. Something spooked the Impala, we're assuming it was the wind, as they ran towards her, she leapt up at great speed and snatched a young impala mid-air! The kill was quick and the leopard immediately dragged the impala off into a nearby donga. The barking impala continued to ring out through the bush. leopard |ˈlepərd| noun a large, solitary cat that has a yellowish-brown or brown coat with black spots and usually hunts at night, widespread in the forests of Africa and southern Asia. [Panthera pardus, family Felidae. ORIGIN Middle English: via Old French from late Latin leopardus, from late Greek leopardos, from leōn 'lion' + pardos (see pard). impala |imˈpalə, -ˈpälə| noun ( pl. same ) a graceful antelope often seen in large herds in open woodland in southern and East Africa.impala [Aepyceros melampus, family Bovidae.] ORIGIN late 19th cent.: from Zulu i-mpala. donga |ˈdɒŋgə| noun 1 S. African & Austral./NZa dry gully, formed by the eroding action of running water. 2 Austral.a temporary, usually transportable, dwelling. 3 Austral.the bush; the remote countryside. ORIGIN Sense 1 from Xhosa and Zulu udonga; sense 2 is said to stem from an extended usage of the term in the Boer War.
When the buying stops, the killing can too: Ending the demand for endangered species products
When the buying stops, the killing can too: Ending the demand for endangered species products
Peter Knights, Executive Director of WildAid, discusses how PSAs in Asia can influence public understanding of illegal wildlife products and why they should not be purchased.
The future of wildlife conservation?
The future of wildlife conservation?
Talk at the Global Issues Services Summit held on 22/02/13 at the International School of Kenya. To support Raabia's walk, please visit http://www.walkwithrangers.com/ More info: https://www.facebook.com/RaabiasWWR https://www.smore.com/6dtt-walk-for-wildlife Please support the Walk With Rangers http://secure.changa.co.ke/changa/index.php/onweb/cshare/PLk0ZrlcpnrjZ6uulYHp1OUwW1bIx7Ik