Time goes buy.

Time goes by.

As news breaks around the world from North Korea to Syria, events and issues that concern the wildlife of our planet fall from peoples minds and the medias agenda and this is understandable.

However, the creeping destruction of species and habitats worldwide remains unabated. 

The recent lift of Rhino horn sale by South Africa https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/apr/06/south-africa-lifts-ban-on-domestic-rhino-horn-sales  went largely unnoticed with seemingly the lessons from a similar lifting of a total ban on ivory trade leading to a dramatic increase in illegal poaching going unheeded.

It is “easy” to pay lip service and even make inroads to such  issues as climate change, ecological destruction and species under threat in times of economic and political stability.

However, in a packed news agenda with mankind involved with Brexit, global migration, conflict in the Middle East and now possibly the Far East the state of the planet and the other species we share that planet with seem to go unnoticed.

Please if you can try to share this message and engage in anyway.

 

New Blog.

Hi

In order to engage more on conservation matters In East Africa and beyond I am starting a new blog. http://www.garyrobertsphotography.com/blog please share this to anybody who you feel may be interested. Please do contact  me direct with any thoughts or comments I will get back to you but due to work this may not be instant. I do hope this will be a more direct and responsive way of involving people in conservation in this region and beyond than conventional social media which IMO has become a bit bogged down with adverts etc. I will post my photography work along with news items which I hope will be of interest to you. Please share this as far as you can. Thank you and I will hope to keep your interest.