EVERY ELEPHANT COUNTS

With Africa's elephant numbers down to about 650,000 from3 million just a few decades ago, we have to take action now. Every elephant counts. The problem is, there is an over-abundance of elephants in certain areas, where populations are usually well managed and protected, and a number of threatened¬†populations where they have become easy targets. … Continue reading EVERY ELEPHANT COUNTS

SAVING THE WORLD’S MOST ENDANGERED CAT

What a privilege it was for me to write and produce this film on the critically endangered Iberian Lynx. This is one of conservation's real success stories. The Iberian Lynx was reduced to only ninety left in the wild ¬†in the 1990's. Yet with meticulous planning and a thorough breeding and re-introduction program,this lynx, small … Continue reading SAVING THE WORLD’S MOST ENDANGERED CAT