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Brothers Will & Matt Burrard-Lucas are Wildlife Photographers from the UK. They aim to use teamwork and ingenuity to take striking and original images of wild animals in their natural environments.
As wildlife photographers, finding new ways to portray well-covered natural phenomena is often one of the biggest challenges we face. We recently visited the Serengeti in Tanzania for the annual wildebeest migration and coming up with a new way to portray this incredible event was our primary objective.
By EIizabeth Weise, USA TODAY, Science Fair
The Earth's rapidly dwindling cheetah populations are more distinct than scientists had previously believed, a new genetic analysis of the cats finds.
Foreign visitors to Kenya’s game parks will from next week have dig deeper into their pockets following the gazettement of new fees.
Kenya Wildlife Service, the custodian of game parks, has introduced charges that will see the fees increase to $75 (Sh6,000) from $60 (Sh4,800) from January 1.
News - Mail & Guardian Online
Melita's bloody, stripped carcass still lies in a dip between two hillocks, a once stately black rhino slain by poachers in early December in Kenya's Lewa private wildlife reserve.
2011 Action for Cheetahs in Kenya Calendars now available
Learn more about cheetah conservation work in Kenya while enjoying spectacular photos throughout the year.
Three convenient ways to order:
In Europe: order through Cheetah Friends Europe - http://www.cheetahfriends.nl
In the US or any other countries:
While I am away at University Cosmas keeps things moving in Kenya. Last week he told me that a collared cheetah was seen in the Salama study site with 3 cubs. Since the GSM collar stopped transmitting we are not certain if it is "Cheetah Jane" or our old "Mom". The scouts are keeping an eye out for the collared mom with hopes that if it can be confirmed we will re-set the traps that she went into twice in August 2009. She would be recollared with a new GSM collar while we look at the cause for the previous one to transmit for only four months.
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