What could be more of a delight than seeing these magnificent white lions living freely. We were so fortunate to see these cubs and their mother.
Three formidable tiger sharks cruised toward me…eyeing me in a manner suggesting I might make a fine lunch, or at least a suitable appetizer.
Have you ever seen a wolf just glide
Across the field or through the wood
It is truly a vision to behold
A dance of nature with grace and trust!
“I don’t necessarily do things “by the book.” I trust my instincts and let my drawing take form one pencil stroke at a time. It leads to a state of stillness where time appears to stand still. I feel connected to my subject.’ – Geraldine Simmons
I appreciate many forms of photography but have a passion for wildlife, birds in flight and birds of prey in particular. There is something about the predatory process of search, locate, attack and consume that fascinates me today as it did 40 years ago as a kid.
Yesterday, I lost Bella and the grief is so stark. She died so rapidly, I didn’t have time to sear her into my mind, and I am left with so very little of her.
A Life As A Human Interview: As filmmaker and writer, Patricia has a passion for large-brained megafauna – from dolphins, to primates, to elephants. Her quest to portray the interrelationships between humans and animals has led her around the globe in pursuit of the issues that threaten these relationships. She is currently working on an advocacy film to raise awareness about the plight of Asian elephants called “Elephants Never Forget.”
The CITES conference opened in Bangkok on March 3 with a pledge by Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to end Thailand’s domestic ivory trade. Could this be a small victory for elephants? Maybe.
The insatiable demand for ivory in China is creating a poaching frenzy in Africa that is bringing the elephants to extinction quicker than we think. Why should we care?
Guest author John Fentress gives us a fascinating overview of his relationship with a special wolf who became his friend.