rawholistichealth.comPhotographer Spends Years Capturing Poignant Portraits of Animals on the Brink of ExtinctionCrowned Sifaka Lemur, © Tim Flach We know that the fate of endangered species is a global issue, but it remains an abstract concept to many of us. We aren’t confronted with the faces of these creatures on a daily basis;30
mymodernmet.comPhotographer Spends Years Capturing Poignant Portraits of Animals on the Brink of ExtinctionThe fate of endangered animals is a global issue. It's one that photographer Tim Flach brings to life in his book, Endangered. In it, he snaps striking endangered animal photos that give a humanity to the fragile species. Unromanticized, these images encourage us to take action to help the creatures flourish.419
abcnews.go.comBacked by Prince Harry, conservation group expands in AfricaThe news from Congo's Garamba National Park was grim for decades: rangers killed, an elephant population decimated by poachers, marauding armed groups and the disappearance of the last northern white rhinos living in the wild. African Parks, the non-profit group that took over management in...
travelandleisure.comA Photographer Spent 3 Years Documenting Giant Pandas in China, and It's Making Us Want to Book a TicketOver the course of three years, Ami Vitale worked alongside panda researchers to photograph China's national animal at breeding centers and nature reserves. The result is "Panda Love: The Secret Lives of Pandas," a riveting collection of photographs that illustrate the personalities — and resilience — of these endangered animals.
nationalgeographic.comGetting Cozy With Vultures Inside the CarcassI love vultures, and not just because they’re charismatic, intelligent, and physiologically incredible. No, I love vultures in a really sick way too. What they do when they feed on a carcass is repulsive but—let’s face it—it makes for fascinating viewing. Vultures are the ultimate antihero: They’re ugly, aggressive, and have pretty rotten feeding habits. But they’re […]18