Christo & Wilkinson Blog

This is our Wildlife Conservation Blog & Call to Action dialog.


Pembe Moja One Tusk elephant

ONE TUSK

Our breakfast in Tsavo (Tsavo is where the world’s largest elephant Satao was from and where he was killed by poachers only a short while ago) along the Galdessa River …

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Lysander Christo in Africa with elephants 2014

TRAVELING WITH LYSANDER – SUMMER 2014

One of the blessings that Cyril and I give thanks for is our ability to travel and do our shoots accompanied by Lysander, our son. He’s been with us in …

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Christo & Wilkinson Baby Ellies

BABY ELIE BLISS!

As many of you know, we three are in Africa. This is Lysander in Tsavo where Lysander (above photo) found rock amusements in the deep sienna earth. Barely managed to …

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Satao the World's largest elephant killed by poachers

THE DEATH OF SATAO

For Immediate Release June 16, 2014 AMERICAN CONSERVATION PHOTOGRAPHERS CHRISTO & WILKINSON MOURN DEATH OF SATAO, CALL FOR INCREASED PROTECTION FOR ENDANGERED ELEPHANTS Cyril Christo:  Blatant Killing of One of …

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GIANTS ON MY MIND | The global march to save the African Elephant

PUBLISHED IN OPINIONS/MY VIEW, SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN - 9/8/2013 Several years ago, my wife, Marie, and I began to mourn the tragic dismembering of elephant society across Africa. We ...
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©Christo & Wilkinson Elephant Photography

AMONG NECESSARY GIANTS: Why we can’t afford to lose the elephant

ARTICLE IN THE ECOLOGIST – July 27, 2011 Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson, authors of Walking Thunder, explain why the survival of the elephant is critical for our own future. …

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BUTCHERING NATURE’S TITANS: Without the elephant, we lose an essential pillar in the ability to wonder

Africa’s elephant poaching crisis doesn’t just threaten a species, but imperils one of humanity’s most important links to the natural world and even our collective sanity. Jeremy Hance of MongoBay …

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