World Rainforest Day 2020

Rainforests are essential to life on Earth, yet every 60 seconds roughly 40 football fields of rainforest is destroyed. Rainforests are the lungs of the Earth; the Amazon Rainforest alone accounts for 20% of the oxygen we breathe.Without rainforests, life on Earth would be forever altered, from the air we breathe to our climate and […]

World Earth Day 2020

Today marks the 50th anniversary of ‘World Earth Day’, a day dedicated to environmental protection and this year’s theme is climate action.

Illegal Wildlife Trade Ban

For years poaching has ravaged Africa, decimating our wildlife populations and destroying our natural heritage.

World Pangolin Day 2020

This year, on World Pangolin Day, a day dedicated to honouring these incredible species and creating awareness around the plight they are facing, we want to celebrate and support those doing critical work to bring pangolins back from the brink of extinction. 

Our Time with The Cape Leopard Trust

The Cape Leopard Trust is an active predator conservation organisation in the Western Cape of South Africa, an area where the Big Five once roamed. The leopards of the Cape are one of the last remaining big cat species in the region and are currently facing many threats to their survival.

We are all Rangers

We are so excited to share this important film with you, titled ‘We are all Rangers’. Watch our film ‘We are all Rangers’. in 2018, we visited Game Rangers International in Zambia whilst on assignment for Kristin Davis to document their work in rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing orphaned elephants back into the wild. Kristin […]

The Disappearing Delta

The Okavango Delta is not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it’s also one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa. After recently spending time around the Delta, it’s easy to understand why.

World Rhino Day 2019

This World Rhino Day, we bring to you ‘The Malilangwe Scouts’ – a film to celebrate the scouts of The Malilangwe Trust and recognise their commitment to protecting Zimbabwe’s rhinos.

The Hunt for Medals, Not Lions

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