Remember that “The idea of wilderness needs no defense. It only needs more defenders.” Edward Abbey
The Awe Inspiring Mountain Gorilla by Legendary Nature and Wildlife Photographer Thomas Mangelsen
Check out his website for more of his work: http://www.mangelsen.com
Please sponsor a step in the forthcoming fund raising event on 21st May 2014.
When Conservationist Steve Entwistle will be walking over the Moses Mabhida Stadium wearing old diving gear weighing 70 kgs (copper helmet, lead boots, chest and back weights, suit, torch and knife). All funds raised will go towards establishing the first & only Rhino Rehab centre in Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa
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Hippos, buffaloes and birds galore in the Kazinga Channel, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
by Africa Wild Explorations
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Tree climbing lion lounging in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda For safari enquiries, check out Around Africa Safaris who offer great budget packages. Website
Adorable leopard cub, Sabi Sand, Greater Kruger Park, South Africa, one of the best places in the world to photograph these elusive cats.
by Jaco Marx Photography
Giraffes early morning in the beautiful nature of Uganda’s Murchison Falls National Park.
by Friea van Hecke For a safari trip to the Pearl of Africa, check out Premier Safaris who have two stunning lodges within this particular wildlife reserve. Website
The Sword-billed Hummingbird is a charismatic species from Andean South America. It is found from Venezuela and Colombia in the north to Bolivia in the south.
by Jean-Luc Baron