Producing stunning media content for top TV Networks [ex: NatGeo and the Big Cats Initiative] and dedicated NGOs who protect land, animals, and the lives of people who call these ecosystems home.
Producing impactful media content for Africa's top marine megafauna research organizations. The marine mega fauna include Humpback Whales, Dolphins, Giant Manta Rays, Whale Sharks, and more!
Producing the national destination commercials for incredible nations, such as the Kingdom of Eswatini.
Producing media content and feature length archaeology documentaries for top universities and research organizations.
"Jeremy successfully documents the pressures encountered by local communities, nations, and continents whose ecosystems and cultural traditions are continually being jeopardized by many forces.” - Dr. Willeke Z. Wendrich [UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology]
Documenting primate conservation efforts in northwestern Madagascar.
Creating media content to showcase and highlight Africa's top entrepreneurial individuals and groups.
Wild Tomorrow Fund is dedicated to the protection of threatened and endangered species and the habitats they depend on for survival. We want to ensure that the world that comes after us is a world in which a wild tomorrow is possible. We work on the ground in southern Africa and our vision is for a world in which wildlife habitats are expanded and protected, and where existing reserves have the resources needed to keep their animals safe.
Nature Kenya—the East Africa Natural History Society (EANHS)—is Africa’s oldest environmental Society. We were established in 1909 to promote the study and conservation of nature in eastern Africa. Our mission is to connect people with nature and take action for biodiversity conservation.
South African Conservationist Vincent van der Merwe is often referred to as a cheetah matchmaker. His work involves pairing together compatible mates in hopes of reviving healthy cheetah populations throughout their African homeland. Follow along as Vincent and his team relocate a male cheetah from South Africa to Malawi, among the first to be successfully reintroduced in the country. Tune in to Nat Geo Wild’s Big Cat Week Sept 7-11 and learn more about how Nat Geo is working to save big cats.
Africa has already lost 90% of a little-known global biodiversity hotspot but there is still time to protect some of the last 10% – if you join us. The appeal we’ve just launched – ’Saving Tanzania’s Coastal forests’ – will raise £360,000 to save 49,000+ acres of wilderness in an area where huge cashew plantations are destroying the forest. With your help, our partner TFCG can preserve a corridor key to lions, leopards, migratory birds and one of the world’s most endangered primates; a route still open to elephants where others are closing.
Underwater Africa is designed by manta ray biologist and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Dr. Andrea Marshall (also known as Queen of the Mantas) and whale shark conservation biologist Dr. Simon Pierce, both Founders of the Marine Megafauna Foundation. Underwater Africa is a volunteer program involving citizen scientists in world-class scientific research and marine conservation work being conducted in the vibrant waters of southern Mozambique.
In 2015, in the heart of the Ecuadorian Andes, an injured Spectacled Bear was discovered. For two years, Centro de Rescate Ilitio and the Big Mammal Conservation Project have worked together to successfully release the endangered bear back into the wild. This is the story of Ukumari's incredible return to the wild.
In 2018, World Land Trust (WLT) supporters saved 7,523 acres of habitats all around the world for wildlife, in Mexico, Honduras, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil, Tanzania and India. Many more WLT projects were supported for the long-term protection of reserves already created by our supporters and protected by our overseas partners.
Sir David Attenborough narrates the history of the World Land Trust and the progression of the conservation movement. One of WLT’s staunchest supporters, Sir David has been a Patron of the Trust since 2003.
What can I, as an individual, do? Sir David Attenborough discusses why he supports World Land Trust and how you can take action to protect the natural wonders of the world.
Produced by the World Land Trust to honor 30 years of steadfast environmental conservation across the planet, "Protecting The Heart of Mexico" reveals the resilient leaders on the forefront of Mexico's conservation movement and why it's so important to continue protecting our planet's incredible yet highly fragile flora and fauna.
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Our patron Sir David Attenborough reminds us that “if we take care of nature, nature will take care of us”. Those words will remain WLT's guiding compass in 2021 – a year when, if you add your voice to Sir David’s and ours, we will continue saving the places that matter.
Arctic Refuge is home to some of the most diverse and spectacular wildlife in the Arctic.
More than 200 migratory and resident bird species.
37 land mammals & eight marine mammals.
Every year, the Porcupine caribou herd embarks on the longest land mammal migration in the world, covering over four thousand kilometres of the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Alaska. Caribou are the lifeblood of northern ecosystems.
The Refuge's rich pageant of wildlife includes 42 fish species.
A perfect untouched, wild, ecosystem.
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