As many of you know, this past week we have been experiencing livestream outages causing most of our cams to go down. We apologize for the inconvenience and want you all to know that we are working very hard to get this resolved. Thank you for your patience. The Gray Seals are back…and with a
By: Mike Fitz When I arrived in Churchill, Manitoba, it was immediately apparent that polar bears were to be taken seriously. Guidelines emphasized not walking alone and especially not after 10 p.m. Nearly every place of business posted signs with the phone number of Polar Bear Alert, the town and province’s program to monitor and,
Much happier report this week than last….. To Forever Fosters Martha and Schroeder went to the same foster who felt that Martha would be happier with a companion Lana went to one of our long-time fosters and is settling in nicely Flora Dash went home with me as a hospice. He’s proof that blind dogs
As we come to the close of 2018, Mpala remains abuzz with action including the return of the African wild dogs and more recorded sightings of the elusive leopard. We also just concluded the 4th Annual Laikipia Rabies Vaccination Campaign (LRVC) with 14,575 dogs and cats vaccinated against the deadly rabies virus! At Mpala Research Centre
Last week, the founder of explore.org, Charlie Annenberg Weingarten, spoke at the Annenberg Space for Photography during one of their Iris Nights lecture. Watch below to learn more about Charlie’s inspirations, dreams, and goals for explore: We are thrilled to announce that we have a brand new sea otter livecam to add to the family!