How Mountain gorillas staged a comeback in Africa. An iLCP expedition by Associate Fellow Neil Ever Osborne.
The struggle to save species in the world’s most biodiverse city. An expedition led by iLCP Emerging League photographer, Morgan Trimble.
What YOU Can Do: Take the time to meet people and discuss with them. Expose your points of view and arguments with passion and conviction. Make your voice heard. Learn about your local habitats and wildlife conflict. No cause is lost. Everyone can change their minds. Write to your local representative explaining that there are other ways […]
iLCP Associate Fellow Peter Chadwick has spent many years in the field with Africa’s Rangers. “I have been privileged to have worked with many ranger teams across Africa. I have selected, trained, mentored and labored alongside them and have proudly watched their careers develop. I have patrolled with them in the fight against poaching and […]
The farmer-predator conflict is a complex topic and to conserve wildlife, one must work with local people first, and gain their trust.
Empty-handed, fisherman Fome Ali Buri gestures out to sea with the words “It’s over. The ocean is finished. When we fish, all we catch is sand.”
“It is currently estimated that numbers of rock lobster on the West Coast of South Africa are perilously low, at only three percent of their original pre-exploitation or pristine levels.”
The Maasai call it siringet, which means extended or endless, a place that goes on forever. The United Nations calls it a World Heritage Site. Photographer Boyd Norton calls it The Eternal Beginning, the title of his recent book. But he also calls it
iLCP Fellow Beverly Joubert discusses “The Last Lions” on The Today Show.
What would you rather save from extinction: 3 different species of parrots, or a hummingbird, an owl, and a parrot?