Researchers are warning us of a “Biological Annihilation”, as more and more species are being wiped out. It is important to take stock and act,
I still remember my first safari to Kenya, with my parents, when I was seven. Ticking off game sightings on my Africa’s Wildlife Guide ‘checklist’ and learning about animals—the magnificence of the Maasai Mara had me hooked.
Since then, I have chased grizzlies in Canada, witnessed the Great Migration in Tanzania, spotted killer whales in South Africa, swum with dolphins in the Peruvian Amazon and tracked wolves north of the Arctic in Jukkasjarvi. And I continue to return to the wild every year as there is so much more to see and learn.
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