Everyone must bee aware by now that there is a worldwide bee crisis, especially of the honeybee which accomplishes about 75% of the worlds plant pollination. We've also been told that should mankind disappear the planet would do very well thank you, but should insects beegone everything would die! So to I have beegun a new collection of images of all kinds of bees, but not wasps! Hopefully those interested in conservation will use our amazing pictures.Now I don't want to bee bumbling around trying... continue reading
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I recently visited Nigeria - a rarely trodden part of the world (with the fear of kidnapping and a desperate shortage of infrastructure amongst only a few of the obstacles laid to bare). Whilst in an extremely remote part of the country - where some independent rain forest conservation effort is taking place in an attempt to salvage what historically was one of the most biodiverse environments on the planet - I came across a small number of monkeys.These Eyes were opportunistically captured around... continue reading
Northern bald ibis - Geronticus eremita (Kelaynak in Turkish)This species has undergone a long-term decline and now has an extremely small population, with over 95% of truly wild birds concentrated in one subpopulation in Morocco. Numbers are currently increasing owing to management actions and consequent improved breeding success. However, this improvement in its status in Morocco is very recent and has not yet led to an increase in the number of colonies. In Syria its population appears to have... continue reading
I made a trip these days to a buffalo reservation from Romania!This kind of animal are an endangered species all around the world. At this reservation are only five buffalo. And there is only one calf, who has one year old.This are some great animals and almost no one is doing nothing to preserve them and keep them in our forest! It`s a sad story!Here are some samples of what I got to shoot! They where kind of joyful that day, so I couldn`t get to many good photos!Hope you`ll like them!... continue reading
While driving in my car heading to the zoo I heard some great news about Western Lowland Gorillas on NPR.They announced that the Wildlife Conservation Society gorilla experts discovered in the Republic of Congo an estimated 125,000 Western Lowland Gorillas living in the countries Northern Forests.The reason for the high numbers is because there is no war, logging and disease epidemics that is linked to man.Hardly anyone goes into this forest do to it being hard to move around through the swamp... continue reading
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