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African wild dog (Lycaon pictus) puppies

Closing 2018: Leopards, African Wild Dogs, and Rabies Campaign

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

charlie with panda

This Week on Explore (12/7)

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!

woolsey fire malibu

This Week on Explore (11/30)

Earlier this month, both Southern and Northern California were devastated by wildfires. Thousands of structures were burned, countless families left without homes and loved ones, and several animals displaced from their owners. The explore.org community stepped up when we needed it the most and donated $110,000 dollars to SoCal Wildfire Relief. As promised, we matched

woolsey fire malibu

This Week on Explore (11/16)

This past weekend, Southern California was devastated by massive wildfires that destroyed several homes and killed two people. Therefore, we ran a matching fundraiser for Ventura County Community Foundation. We were astounded by your generosity and raised over $100,000 dollars which meant that $200,000 would go to aide victims of the wildfire. Thank you all

northern lights blog

This Week on Explore (11/2)

Happy November! Thanks to our amazing bearcam moderators and viewers, we are excited to present the top ten bearcam moments of this past season: We kick off November with some other exciting news…Kamilah the Bat is back! Stay tuned for a brand new #batcam coming soon to explore! Whale, whale, whale…who do we have here?

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