Silent sea

[HK Wildlife Magazine] The giant yellow croaker once supported Tai O’s fishing industry but now it stands on the verge of extinction.


HK roadkill count launched to reduce wildlife deaths on roads

[South China Morning Post] Photographer sets up Facebook page to document animals killed under the wheels in the hope it will give an idea of the scale of destruction and generate solutions.

India’s tiger man

[Ecozine] Dedicated tiger defender and one of India’s best-known big cat experts Valmik Thapar talks about his love for the charismatic beasts.

Q&A with Louie Psihoyos

[Ecozine] Award-winning filmmaker and eco-activist Louie Psihoyos is back with a new mission. While The Cove focused on the plight of dolphins, his latest movie Racing Extinction takes on a more far-reaching issue: mankind’s role in a potential catastrophe that could wipe out half of the world’s species. Ecozine contributor Joyee Chan asked him to…

Saving the horn of Africa

[South China Morning Post] The rhino is under threat from illegal poachers, but rangers in South Africa are fighting back.

He was born to be wild

[South China Morning Post] To save the giant panda from extinction we need to do more to protect the forests it lives in, says panda expert Sarah Bexell.

Elephants communicate with body language

[South China Morning Post] Elephant expert Joyce Poole hopes sharing her understanding of elephants’ sophisticated thinking and social structure will encourage people to love the animals and stop the ivory trade.

A walk on the wild side

[South China Morning Post] Wildlife photographer Jan Latta shares some tricks of the trade.