Tag: samburu

Kat Kramer's 'Films That Change the World'

Kat Kramer’s ‘Films That Change the World’

It is an enormous honor and a vital privilege to be able to share a cinematic prayer for life in actorvist Kat Kramer's cinema series "Films that Change the World."
Read More
©WALKING THUNDER FILM - Elephant Conservation

WALKING THUNDER FILM: Q & A with filmmakers Cyril Christo & Marie Wilkinson

“Walking Thunder,” a film by Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson, tracks elephants across Africa. The couple’s son, Lysander, guides viewers through his discovery, first of the elephants and peoples of Africa, and then of the threats they face. Christo calls the film a “prayer” for the species.
Read More
©Cyril & Christo Photography

America is Struggling to Hold onto a Vestige of its Conservation Ethos

Without the wolf, humans may not have fared quite as well over the millennia defending themselves against other carnivores such as lions and leopards.
Read More
Pembe Moja One Tusk elephant


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 …

Read More
Christo & Wilkinson Baby Ellies


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 …

Read More