The Need for Speed

The Need for Speed

January 10, 2015

A Future for Cheetahs has just been featured in Wild Travel magazine. The article includes many of the amazing photographs in the book, as well as information on the important work of Dr. Laurie Marker and Cheetah Conservation Fund. See the images and learn more here.

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Orangutan Rescue

Orangutan Rescue

November 28, 2014

Orangutans are so human-like, they’re easy to love. Unfortunately, not everyone knows what’s best for these adorable apes. For example, though some people think they’d make great pets, wild orangutans spend most of their lives in trees – up to 20 hours a day – and cling onto their mothers for nearly every minute of their first two years of life. Orangutans in the wild face many threats...

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Suzi on National Geographic Radio

Suzi on National Geographic Radio

November 28, 2014

Suzi describes her experiences working with cheetahs and the threats they face in this interview with National Geographic Radio.

 

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Raccoon Rescue

Raccoon Rescue

November 28, 2014

Raccoons might seem pretty resilient as they scavenge for food in your neighborhood – but even they need a little help sometimes. WildCare, a wildlife rehabilitation center in San Rafael, CA, frequently cares for raccoons in need. Last year, Suzi was able to spend time at WildCare documenting a group of orphaned baby raccoons. She came home with adorable photographs of the newborn babies...

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A Future for Cheetahs

A Future for Cheetahs

November 28, 2014

Did you know that populations of cheetahs have plummeted from 100,000 to just 10,000 in Africa in the last century? This amazing animal is misunderstood and under threat. Suzi and Dr. Laurie Marker of the Cheetah Conservation Fund are working to change that; they recently collaborated on the coffee-table book A Future for Cheetahs. The book presents Suzi’s rare and striking images of cheetahs in...

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