For National Geographic

A wind was blowing from the west, sending dust devils spinning across northern Kenya’s plains as our guide, Sammy Lemiruni, explained how to track black rhino on foot.… Read more

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For National Geographic

Zakouma National Park in Chad is one the last remaining intact Sudano-Sahelian ecosystems in Africa. During the mid-2000s, Chad experienced civil unrest and conflict with Sudan; rampant poaching had decimated Zakouma’s elephant population, which had once roamed… Read more

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For National Geographic

More closely related to an ass than a horse, the Grevy’s zebra (Equus grevyi) is the world’s largest living wild equid.… Read more

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For National Geographic

The black rhinoceros has roamed the earth for five million years, yet it is now facing the greatest threat in its history – from poaching.… Read more

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For National Geographic

A year ago, a male lion called Cecil was killed in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, by an American trophy hunter. Cecil’s death caused uproar around the world and shone a much-needed light on the decline and vulnerability… Read more

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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 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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For National Geographic

In the shadow of Mount Kenya lie the hot lowlands of Samburu-land. This vast, beautiful region of rocky ridges, acacia grasslands and doum palm forest is the traditional homeland of the Samburu people, the rare Grevy’s zebra… Read more

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For BBC Wildlife Magazine

Some years ago, conservation biologist Dr. Alayne Oriol-Cotterill was tracking, on foot, a radio-collared lion through miombo woodland in Zimbabwe.  The GPS signal was weakening, suggesting the lion was moving away.  Alayne started to sprint and,… Read more

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For National Geographic

There is a moving moment in the film Born Free, when Elsa the lioness walks across an African savannah towards the couple who hand-reared her. She had spent a week trying to fend for herself in northern… Read more

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For The Times Travel

I climbed the rigging of the old Norwegian fishing boat to watch an orange moon rising over the Alboran Sea. It was midnight in Andalucia, southern Spain.
A motorboat chugged quietly into harbour and moored beside… Read more

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For Geographical

“On a cold morning in October, I left Khovd, a small town in western Mongolia, and head towards the Gobi desert in an old Russian jeep.” … Read more

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For Life Force Magazine | 2013

Just south of the Equator, between the soda waters of Tanzania’s Lake Eyasi and the ramparts of the Great Rift Valley, live the Hadza, a small tribe of approximately 1,300 hunter-gatherers: one of the…

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For National Geographic

Autumn in Northern Norway, and a hundred hooves power their way through the freezing waters of
Kågsundet fjord, the dark mountains of Uløya rising in the distance.… Read more

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For National Geographic

Words by Joanna Eede and photographs by Cat Vinton… Read more

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