In this episode of the Wild Lives podcast,. Award-winning film-maker, wildlife photographer and Pacific Wild conservation leader Ian McAllister talks all things Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia.
Expedition diver and underwater photographer Julia Sumerling joins the Wild Lives by Faunographic podcast to share her incredible adventures in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
Is the Great White Shark an indiscriminate killing machine, or is this ocean predator simply misunderstood? Marine biologist Kelly Baker has spent years working with South Africa’s sharks, and in this episode of the Wild Lives podcast she sets the record straight.
In this podcast episode, acclaimed wildlife photographer and Arctic expedition leader Jad Davenport shares his amazing tales of close encounters with wolves and polar bears in Arctic Canada’s wild Hudson Bay Area.
Acclaimed photographer Alastair Pollock shares his favourite encounters with tiger sharks and great hammerheads in the Bahamas
Naturalist and photographer James Rogerson shares his incredible encounters with tigers, barasingha, and birdlife in Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh, India
In this episode of the Wild Lives by Faunographic podcast we chat to Andre Bauma, a legendary ranger, guide and wildlife rescuer who has devoted his life to caring for the mountain gorillas of Virunga National Park, in the Congo.
Found in the tropical north, cassowaries are Australia’s OG dinosaur birds. But do they deserve their fearsome reputation? Dr Graham Lauridsen shares his real-life encounters.
Marine biologist Suzanne Hillcoat shares her wild encounters with dwarf minke whales on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef
Great Bear is one of the last remaining tracts of temperate rainforest on the planet – it sprawls along the remote west coast of British Columbia, Canada, almost twice the size of Belgium. And though logging is permitted in some spots, there’s still plenty of virgin old growth forest around Smith Inlet, where you’ll find […]