Exploring the deep wildlife photography legacy of Bruce Kekule (commentary)

Exploring the deep wildlife photography legacy of Bruce Kekule (commentary)

The conservation world has lost a top wildlife photographer—Lawrence “Bruce” Kekule—an American who had lived in Thailand since 1964. Beside documenting the rare creatures of his adopted…

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‘Fitbit for whales’ and other tagging tech help reshape wildlife conservation

‘Fitbit for whales’ and other tagging tech help reshape wildlife conservation

Tagging technology has since the 1960s helped conservationists and researchers keep track of a wide range of wildlife species. But tags and collars can often be intrusive…

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Maasai protesters shot, beaten as Tanzania moves forward with wildlife game reserve

Maasai protesters shot, beaten as Tanzania moves forward with wildlife game reserve

Tanzanian police officers and authorities have shot and beaten about 31 Maasai villagers, including children, during early June protests over the demarcation of ancestral land for a…

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