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RETURN TO KAFUE PART II

By on September 1, 2011 in Africa Category, Wildlife Category

Seventeen years ago, when Eddie Frank led his anti-poaching mission through the grasslands of Kafue National Park, there were less than 1,000 tourists visiting Kafue each year. Today, over 7,000 visitors enter the park annually, and the elephant are back, no longer terrified by the sight of humans. In Kafue, the tide is slowly turning.

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GRATITUDE & GRACE

GRATITUDE & GRACE

“I felt like I could handle anything in that moment. I was smiling so big my face hurt. I felt like laughing. I felt grace.”

In May, Tusker coordinator Mariya Porten climbed Kilimanjaro with her father, Steve Porten. The climb affected Mariya in ways she never could have imagined, and will never forget.

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YOU LIE!

By on September 1, 2011 in Uncategorized

Poll any population on a prison yard and you’ll find nothing but innocent men. How can no one there be guilty of a crime?

The answer lies … in a lie.

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GLACIERS PASSED

Leading glaciologists have declared that glaciers and ice fields are receding at an alarming rate, and for the most part, their findings are correct.

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MONGOLIA’S ALTAI MOUNTAINS

Considered to be one of the last true wilderness areas on Earth, Mongolia’s Altai Sayan Ecoregion touches the edges of Kazakstain and China. A region of unparalleled beauty, the Altai is also an archaeological treasure-box. Exquisite petroglyphs remain virtually undiscovered and provide a stunning pictorial record of prehistory.

In 2012, Tusker Trail led an archaeology & photography workshop through the untamed Altai region that is unlike any trip on Earth.

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