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Read more about the article Giraffe Silhouette
Giraffes silhouetted at sunset along the horizon in Mara North Conservancy in Kenya’s Masai Mara region, December 2018. Photo ©Georgina Goodwin
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Raindrops on a whistling thorn born in Olderkesi Conservancy in Kenya’s Masai Mara. Photo ©Georgina Goodwin. December 2020.
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Read more about the article World Mountain Day
A group of climbers stop to view the sunrise from the edge of the crater rim near Kibo peak at the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, a spectacular orange-gold view from the ‘rooftop of Africa’ silhouetting Kilimanjaro’s second highest peak Mawenzi, October 2016. Photo ©Georgina Goodwin
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Read more about the article Throwback to Samburu
Portrait of Dr. Iain Douglas-Hamilton, behind a wild bull elephant in Samburu National Reserve, Feb 2015. Iain is a zoologist known for his study of elephants, his main research being to understand elephant choices by studying their movements. Iain helped bring about the world ivory trade ban and in 1993, he founded @SaveTheeElephantsKenya, a charity whose mission is "to secure a future for elephants by preserving the environments in which the animals live and encouraging a tolerant relationship between elephant and human populations". Iain has received the biggest awards in conservation: the Order of the Golden Ark, Order of the British Empire (CBE), the Indianapolis Prize, and the Lilly Medal. Regarding the horrific poaching crisis facing elephant populations today Iain remains optimistic: "I've been through all this before in the 70s and 80s. As a collective group we stopped that killing. I believe we can do it again". Assignment for an assignment for @Google for a feature in @Elle Magazine US: “Google's Secret Weapon To Save Africa's Elephants” -
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