A New Twist…

An African Fish Eagle (Haliaeetus vocifer) makes a heavy inflight correction in order to successfully snatch a fish from the Kafue River. Kafue River, Kafue National Park, Zambia – with Journeys Unforgettable Photographic Safaris and Lufupa River Camp    

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Bear-ly Surviving…

No Arctic ice, no bears. Somewhere above the 80th parallel north, Arctic Ocean. Dana Allen Photo Safari with Journeys Unforgettable Photographic Safaris    

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You, Yes, I’m Looking at You

Young Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus) and mother, somewhere on the ice above the Arctic Circle. With Journeys Unforgettable Photographic Safaris. You are the one that can help save the future for this little guy.    

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Uncommon Beauty…

The only thing common about these dolphins is their name: the Common Dolphin (Delphinus capensis). They are an amazingly beautiful species and live in coastal waters in several parts of the globe. This individual was part of a mega-pod of about five hundred hunting in the waters of False Bay. Somewhere in False Bay, South […]

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Swiss Army Trunk…

The most versatile tool on the planet. Nikon D4. Nikon 28-300 mm. ISO 800 f6.7 @ 1/1500 sec. Lexar Media. © Dana Allen www.photosafari-africa.net www.facebook.com/DanaAllenPhotoSafari With Journeys Unforgettable Photographic Safaris

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Only Three Left in Our Care…

Of the nearly 170 distinct species of elephants (members of the proboscidean species) that once roamed the earth, only three: the Asian, the African Savannah, and the African Forest Elephant remain today. There are many ways to help efforts to conserve these species. One specific avenue is to support valuable research projects such as this: […]

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The Right Stuff…

The Right Stuff…

The Southern Right Whale (Eubalaena australis) has made a strong recovery since it’s initial protection from hunting in 1935. The population dropped sharply in the 1960s due to heavy illegal poaching (wiping out nearly half of its remaining numbers) but since that was stopped the population has exhibited a healthy upward trend. From an estimated […]

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