The victims of bureaucracy and unscrupulous operators, more than 200 sable antelope have been penned in a new national park in Zambia for almost three years. Investigative journalist Ian Michler filed this special report. (First published in Africa Geographic, February 2012)
Ian Michler, a top wildlife guide, photojournalist and naturalist, has spent the last decade documenting the major conservation challenges facing Africa. An author of 6 travel books on various African countries, his work is well known to readers of the award winning magazines, Africa Geographic and Africa Birds and Birding. Michler will be co-leading one of WILD’s latest field projects, In the Tracks of Giants; a 6 month east-to-west journey connecting major conservation nodes to promote a greater awareness of conservation, human community and leadership issues specifically relevant to southern Africa.
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Text & photographs by Ian Michler
First published by Africa Geographic www.africageographic.com