Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Desert Cheetah: Part II

From National Geographic News Watch: Our starting point on the trek, an isolated, beautiful cabin in a remote corner of Namibia Imagine four people; one researcher, two volunteers and myself in pursuit of wildlife on foot across an expanse so large it defies description.  We’re […]

The Desert Cheetah: Part I

From National Geographic News Watch: Somewhere out there the desert cheetah named Lilly is raising her cubs I’m not entirely convinced this isn’t a death march.  It’s high noon in the oldest desert on earth.  Glancing down at the red sand to see a beetle […]

News: Panthera Partner Photographer

Greetings Everyone, I am honored to be chosen as a Partner Photographer with a truly inspiring organization, Panthera.  Their mission is to “ensure the future of wild cats through scientific leadership and global conservation action.” Check out the ‘Photo of the Day‘ taken at Cheetah […]

Breaking: India’s Plan to Re-Introduce the Cheetah on Hold

May 8, 2012 – From ‘The Hindu’ & ‘Mail & Guardian’ Well spotted: India’s cheetah plans ‘misconceived’ A plan to reintroduce cheetahs to India from Africa has been axed by the courts after experts said the idea was “totally misconceived”. India’s Supreme Court has halted […]