East African Wildlife Society
The East African Wildlife Society, EAWLS, was formed in 1961. The Kenya and Tanzania Wildlife Societies joined with wildlife enthusiasts from Uganda, to give rise to EAWLS.
For over forty years, EAWLS has been at the forefront of efforts protecting endangered and threatened species and habitats in East Africa.
Kenya Wildlife Service
Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) is charged with the protection and conservation of the country's biodiversity as presented by its fauna and flora. KWS's role is as diverse as the country itself.
The Cornwall Wildlife Trust
a registered charity and is the only organisation dedicated to the conservation of the Cornish environment and its wildlife.
Marine Conservation Society
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is the UK charity dedicated to protecting the marine environment and its wildlife.
Read an article about Mark Deeble & Vicky Stone on the BBC website. Listen to an audio report and watch excerpts from 'The Queen of Trees'.
The Web Site of the National Geographic Society.
Check out Mark and Vicky's Mzima article for the magazine here or see their Giant Crocodiles of the Grumeti (May 1995).
Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival
The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting high-quality natural history programming that raises awareness and sensitivity to the wild world around us.