OKAVANGO DELTA, Botswana—”Fifteen elephants right!” ecologist Mike Chase shouts above the roar of the single-engine Cessna. The plane swoops low over the herd of gray bodies as they wade single-file across the floodplain below. We’re flying over the channels and islands on the western periphery of the vast Okavango Delta, as part of the Botswana leg…
Witness this remarkable sighting of a rare snow leopard or ‘Mountain Ghost’ in the highlands of Nepal.
For some, taking care of their teeth is simply a case of heading over to the local dentist for a check-up, a bit of discomfort and to perhaps endure a filling, if necessary. For others it’s not so easy. There are parts of Africa where people will go their entire lives without even seeing a dentist,…
This was an emotional moment for game ranger Jaques-Pierre Joubert, who captured a remarkable set of photos along with colleague Roan Ravenhill in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, South Africa. “As guides we are often asked about our best sighting ever,” says JP. “This was comprehensively the best and worst sighting of my guiding career.” JP…
Witness this incredible method of safely relocating rhinos in South Africa…
Witness this remarkable interaction between a baby baboon, a lioness, and the heroic acts of the father baboon that follow.
The Great Elephant Census in Kenya is now potentially revealing a shocking emergence of illegal coal production in Tsavo region.
Amazing images of a rare system captured over Lake Kariba during a huge thunderstorm. Paul Steyn recounts the remarkable experience.
Paul Steyn recounts his thrilling experience Freediving Antipolis Wreck off the coast of Cape Town
This is the first documented visual record of a snow leopard kill in the wild. An amazing set of photographs taken in the Himalayan mountains by Adam Riley.
Have a look at this amazing video showing how wolves have an ecological cascade effect on the entire ecosystem in which they live.
Paul Steyn chats to some of the remarkable people living and working in the Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia’s last great wilderness.
The battle continues as the Kangaluwi mining project in Zambia’s Lower Zambezi National Park is approved by the Patriotic Front. But at what cost?
Wildlife corridors could pay a major role in reducing human/wildlife conflict and saving the largest remaining population of wild-roaming elephants on the planet.