Blog: Kruger National Park

For more than 15 years I’ve travelled to over 100 national parks in Southern, East and Central Africa, from Odzala-Kokoua National Park in Republic of Congo to Agulhas National Park at the very southern tip of Africa. I’ve taken a few photos along the way, and interviewed some of the dedicated people who live and work in these areas. These are the blogs I’ve written about my experiences.


29th March 2016 Vultures on downward spiral?

This is my fourth article for News24 on Africa's iconic wildlife species, many of which are increasingly threatened by poaching.…...

19th February 2016 Will trade save Africa’s rhinos?

I wrote the following article for News24 recently, about the ongoing battle to stem the tide of rhino poaching in…...

12th February 2016 Africa’s elephants on the edge

In the build up to the international CITES meeting in September in South Africa, I am writing and researching a…...

30th June 2015 The definitive interview with wildlife photographer Greg du Toit

Greg du Toit is probably Africa’s best-known wildlife photographer. In 2013 he won the BBC World Wildlife Photographer of the Year…...

15th April 2015 Gaboon adder and other snakes of iSimangaliso World Heritage Site

The World Heritage Site of iSimangaliso Wetland Park is, by some accurate estimates, the most species-rich protected area in Southern…...