Join us in meeting Jen GaNun, a musician, dancer, and wolf conservationist, on the Good Natured Podcast, hosted by Conservation Optimism! Jen speaks about her passion for using her creativity to spread the message of conservation, focusing on the endangered grey wolf in Colorado.
A story of hope, remorse, and transformation from the remote tropical forests of Asia. Arkajyoti shares his experience of an adventure in search of a "treasure" and how his journey transforms the perception of a local tribesman about his surrounding.
Meeting Dr. James Watuwa: A Ugandan vet who’s typical day can include rescuing a snared elephant, collaring a lion, or surveying mountain gorilla populations for the Ugandan and Rwandan governments.
Follow Janet Kavutha and her team of researchers into the heart of giraffe country in wild Kenya and experience the joys of spotting these magnificent creatures through her eyes!
In our latest podcast we hear from Miriam Supuma, a conservationist from Papua New Guinea, who tells us about birds of paradise, cultural identity and how traditional knowledge can preserve biodiversity
Watch communities come together to save the Greater Adjutant Stork in "Hargila," a new film from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology!
In Namibia, the world's tallest land mammal makes a stand against a stark landscape. Here is another conservation success story from the Giraffe Conservation Foundation as they tackle the tall case of giraffe conservation in Africa's drylands.
In the Nubian highlands, a determined team of veterinarians, led by Drs. Sara Ferguson and Joshua Lubega, work to rescue the Critically Endangered Nubian giraffe from a new deadly threat - wire snares. Read about this inspiring team.
In Season 2 Episode 5 of Good Natured, hosts Julia and Sofia talk to artivist Sofiya Shukhova about the wildlife trade and finding inspiration in unexpected places. Learn more about Sofiya's passion for art and making an impact in conservation!
Read about how the Giraffe Conservation Foundation's Khomas Environmental Education Programme (KEEP) helps to inspire thousands of young Namibians by leading them on an exciting exploration of the natural environment.