White Fronted Tern

Photo of the Day Contest, “A Graceful Tern”

“A Graceful Tern” Photo Credit: Kevin Shakespeare South Island, New Zealand (on the East Coast) Order: Charadriiformes Family: Sternidae Genus: Sterna Species: Striata Off the East Coast of New Zealand’s main land, we find the White-Fronted Tern or Tara (Sterna Striata), the most common Tern in New Zealand.  There are 33 species of Tern in […]


Lioness Sighting in Westgate Conservation Area

Ewaso Lions’ Shivani Bhalla writes about her latest encounter with three lionesses from Samburu National Reserve’s Koitogor Pride. The lionesses were spotted in the Core Conservation Area of the Westgate Community Conservancy, so the team took some time to figure out who they were through facial features like whisker spot patterns, and determined they were […]

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Photo Of The Day Contest, “Behind Those Lion Eyes”

“Behind Those Lion Eyes” Photo Credit: Sean Braine Hobatere, Namibia (located on the Western Edge of Etosha National Park) Pictured here is perhaps the most famous and revered of all African wildlife, the Lion (Panthera leo).  Lions are the second largest of the four “Big Cats” in the genus Panthera (the Tiger, Panthera tigris, being […]


Video Of The Day: Lion Conservation Activities in Northern Kenya

Ewaso Lions is a grassroots group that uses scientific research and community education to promote coexistence between lions and people in northern Kenya. Check out this new video in which Shivani Bhalla talks about Ewaso Lions’ research, conservation, and community outreach efforts in the Ewaso Nyiro ecosystem. This video includes some key highlights of the […]

Baird's Beaked Whale processed in Japan (c) EIA


Internet giant urged to clean house and ban all cetacean products   Internet marketplace giant Amazon.com is being called on to stop supporting commercial whaling by immediately and permanently banning the sale of all products from whales, dolphins and porpoises (collectively known as ’cetaceans’). Amazon.com’s Unpalatable Profits, a new report by the Environmental Investigation Agency […]

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Bush Warriors: Reclaiming the Wild…..Heading back to the wild and setting up base camp in Mbulia/Tsavo, Kenya…

In the bush again – at last! Six long months we have not been back to Tsavo. Finally, with a signed lease agreement for no less than 35 years between the Mbulia Group Ranch committee and New African Territories, a purchased luxury camp, trucks, cars, supplies and an excellent crew we head down the Mombasa […]

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Wildlife Update from Masai Mara, Governors Camp

Marsh Pride Update: One of the new males was with 2 young females yesterday feeding on a warthog near Bila Shaka. One of the other males was with Charm mating but some distance from the others. Scarface and two of his brothers are remaining close to the boundary of the reserve with Bibi, perhaps they […]

view from Mbulia Hill towards Tsavo West National Park

Wildlife Warriors: Reclaiming the Wild……11,400 acres for wildlife secured bordering Tsavo National Park in Kenya, East Africa giving hope to 700 elephants and the local community

It is our pleasure introducing a new project called Wildlife Warriors: Reclaiming the Wild. For the first time ever Bush Warriors will take you on a journey and show you  first hand how a land that has been ravaged by poaching and deemed not useful by commercial standards can be transformed in to a true  […]

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Gorilla Warriors…Overview of the Gorilla Populations by the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International

  Adopt your own gorilla! Find out how to sponsor a mountain gorilla and help them continue to grow in numbers CLICK HERE.. Gorillas are one of the four species of great apes that are the closest living relations of humans. It was about nine million years ago that the genus Gorilla split from humans and chimps. […]


Gorilla Guardians…Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International

 Established in 1978 by Dian Fossey herself, we were orginially name the Digit Fund. If you saw the movie, “Gorillas in the Mist”, you know that Digit was a silverback mountain gorilla that Fossey became especially fond of and who was brutally killed by poachers so that they could take Digit’s hands.  The Fossey Fund […]

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It can be emotionally exhausting when you’re constantly confronted with bad news and the terrible reality of what Mankind is doing to life on this planet, but the outlook’s not always as bleak as it may appear. Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) lead tiger campaigner Debbie Banks discusses glimmers of hope for tiger conservation and stresses […]