For BBC Wildlife Magazine

Local people and teams of rangers are winning the battle to save black rhino in Kenya. Joanna Eede reports on the Rhino Guardians.… Read more

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For National Geographic

Black rhino – Diceros bicornis – were once widespread throughout Africa and Asia. The disastrous combination of a thriving illegal wildlife trade and a lack of secure and suitable habitat have ensured that only 5,500 individual animals… Read more

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For Africa Geographic

There is a moving moment in the film Born Free, when Elsa the lioness walks towards Joy and George Adamson, played by actors Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna.… Read more

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For Sidetracked Magazine

The aircraft’s thermometer registered -20˚C as we circled over Lac Laporte in eastern Quebec. To the far north, miles of low snowy hills and frozen waterways stretched to the Arctic border… Read more

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For Huffington Post

Towards the end of World War One, the German army had become adept at decoding the Allied Forces’ radio codes. To avoid the enemy ‘listening in’, the American Expeditionary Forces enlisted the help of Choctaw Indians to…

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For Huffington Post

Joanna Eede on how Mankind’s divorce from nature has impacted on the psyche of the Guarani people.… Read more

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For Somerset Life

Photographer Matilda Temperley talks to Joanna Eede about her recent projects and her magical childhood roaming on the Somerset Levels… Read more

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For National Geographic

Joanna Eede on the wildlife images shown at this year’s Wildscreen Festival, held last month in Bristol, which for the first time dedicated a day to the medium of still photography.… Read more

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For Travel Africa

Fifty years after the release of the film Born Free, Joanna Eede returns to Meru National Park, where it all began.… Read more

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For BBC Wildlife Magazine

Fifty years after the film of George and Joy Adamson’s lives became
a global hit, the president of the Born Free Foundation visited vital lion
conservation projects in Kenya. Joanna Eede accompanied him.… Read more

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For The Daily Beast, Great Escapes | 2014

Black rhinos are on the verge of extinction, but one safari and conservation company in Kenya is fighting to protect them and end poaching.… Read more

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For National Geographic

It is a little known fact that there are more rhinos remaining in Africa than there are lions.  In fact, until the killing of the lion ‘Cecil’ by a U.S. hunter in Zimbabwe earlier this year, it… Read more

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