Why the hunting conversation hurts conservation.
Sáo Tomé & Princepe’s dark history gives way to the taste of paradise.
The first large scale survey of East Africa’s coral reef fish.
Cape Town rediscovered by one of its most famous residents.
Wild Cats & Dogs of Limpopo-Lipadi.
Africa Geographic Magazine’s Top 10 Stories and Galleries.
Great ways to make a difference this holiday season.
Africa’s much grander answer to America’s Arches National Park.
Cleaning up the green-washers and celebrating the very best in African ecotourism.
Why legalising trade in rhino-horn is out of the question, and a photographic tribute to Africa’s unicorn.
Saving the creatures some consider vermin, and photographic encounters in the wilds of Rwanda.
Kenya’s lesser known Samburu wilderness is no less spectacular.
The secret society that is both venerated and feared.
The domestic dog as protector of the African wild.
Discovering the true value of spontaneity on a five month road trip. Plus an update on the Great Elephant Census.
What it takes to protect Africa’s most endangered carnivore.
One month with the Himba. An intimate account of Namibia’s most enigmatic tribe.
A visit to Zakouma National Park in Chad, central Africa’s last wildlife stronghold.
We take you on a classic southern African driving trip, and savour the spaces in-between.
We endeavour to understand the rising popularity of hunting among women.
Read about photographing the creatures of the night, and the importance of dark skies to nature and man.
Read all about the luckiest pangolin alive, 11 fascinating pangolin facts and much more.
We visit the Congo rain forest’s most famous inhabitants: the western lowland gorillas.
An analysis of the lion breeding industry in South Africa.
Scott Ramsay explores South Africa’s national parks and nature reserves.
America’s ongoing debate over the trade in ivory.
The Grey Parrot’s journey from a bustling forest community to solitary life in your living room.
The Serenity & Seclusion Of Nkwichi Lodge.
Great stories from the people that call Ruaha home.
A journey back in time with one of the world’s oldest tribes.
The greatest elephant census in history takes to the skies.