Unexpected Enthusiasm From a Wildlife Photographer Volunteer! Our Wildlife Photography & Conservation Project in the Greater Kruger Area provides the unique opportunity to witness the iconic African Big 5, while developing valuable skills in capturing their beauty through the lens. However, it’s not just the Big 5 that provide exceptional photographic opportunities; as volunteer, Fredy experienced while on project! The Dream Destination […]
This is Brigitte Bernard’s story about how she traveled to Africa to fulfill a childhood dream of seeing a leopard in the wild and got ‘the shot’ while doing it.
Our project manager at Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage in Zambia talks about how volunteers contribute to chimpanzee welfare.
Camera traps have revolutionized scientific research of species that were previously impossible to study and give us insight into unknown worlds.
Lions could be extinct by 2050 if the current rate of habitat loss and poaching continues. We explore the most serious threats facing African lions.
Thomas, a volunteer in South Africa, shares how his experience in Africa opened his eyes to the world and helped him realize why volunteering is important.
Jurre Maaskant joined our team in the Greater Kruger Area on our Predator Research Internship. Being fresh out of highschool, Jurre was apprehensive about interning abroad, but found his feet soon enough and has made a big impact on Cheetah reintroduction studies.