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River Itchen chalk stream in Hampshire, UK Chalk streams

Why England’s chalk-streams are drying and dying

Why are England’s chalk-streams disappearing? Charles Rangeley-Wilson, a writer, photographer and conservationist, explores the reasons why they are drying and dying, and shares his photographs from a recent trip to the South of England. The pressure on our natural resources is illustrated in the quiet death of a chalk-stream. And this year 2017, they are […]

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Endangered Bengal tiger in Bhutan © Emmanuel Rondeau

Rare tiger in Bhutan captured on camera

We sent wildlife filmmaker Emmanuel Rondeau on a mission to capture footage of the endangered tiger in Bhutan. With only around 100 wild tigers in this country, this was no easy task. But, despite torrential downpours, high altitudes and high terrain, he succeeded! And captured some other interesting animals on film too…. Meet Emmanuel My name is […]

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