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PODCAST: It’s World Lion Day! Explorer Dereck Joubert shares his unique perspective on these amazing big cats
To celebrate World Lion Day, Emmy-winning film-maker and National Geographic explorer Dereck Joubert talks about his life with big cats. Listen to his intriguing stories now on the Wild Lives by Faunographic podcast
If you can’t drop everything to go see your favourite animals in the wild, this brand new podcast will bring them to you. We speak to naturalists, photographers and explorers to get up close to everything from tigers to sharks to curious cassowaries!
INTERVIEW: BEHIND THE SCENES OF CANADA’S YUKON WILDLIFE PRESERVE WITH WILDLIFE EXPERT, LINDSAY CASKENETTE
The Yukon Wildlife Preserve, in Canada’s Yukon Territory, is a must-visit for wildlife photographers and nature lovers who travel to Whitehorse.
Whoever said, “Blue and green should never be seen” should stop being so judgey and get to Zanzibar, stat. Wherever you look, there’s proof these colours are at their best when they’re working together – here, lush green jungle meets dazzling aqua sea meets deep blue sky. The wildlife is easy on the eye, […]
They’re the apex predators seriously threatened by poaching and shrinking habitats, yet few animals capture the imagination like the big cats. We put their image on everything from car company logos to footy jerseys – yet the reality of life for these sentient wildlings is so far removed from our everyday understanding that it takes […]
Galapagos sea lions have no fear of people. They tend to view us as playmates, beige wallpaper or, sometimes, a target for a good telling off. I recently joined Aurora Expeditions’ inaugural Galapagos Odyssey 9-day cruise and had countless opportunities to get close to these shouty dog-slugs of the sea. Here, a tiny selection of my […]
If you’ve ever had the privilege of seeing a wild cheetah, you’ll understand Dr Laurie Marker’s lifelong obsession – there’s plenty to love about these intriguing (and mega photogenic) felines. They have a tough time coexisting with bigger predators like lions, hyenas and leopards – yet they can hit speeds of 120km/h and purr like domestic […]
From the Serengeti to Kilimanjaro, Tanzania lays out plenty of click-bait for the wildlife photog… but nothing fills a memory card like a trip to Tarangire National Park, in the country’s north. The reserve is famous for its asparagus-coloured wetlands, bright red earth and abundant wildlife, including plenty of friendly eles. It’s no hassle to […]
Winston Churchill once said, “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” Ray Dearlove doesn’t just see an opportunity to save the rhino from certain extinction – he’s created one with The Australian Rhino Project. This ambitious plan will establish a breeding herd of white rhinos Down […]
The first time I got close to a wild silverback, he turned his back and let his digestive tract do the talking with a resounding “parp”. It was not the “Dian Fossey meets Digit” love encounter I’d hoped for on my visit to Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park – but I was lucky it even happened. […]