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Cover Photo: National Geographic Extreme Explorer

Cover Photo: National Geographic Extreme Explorer

August 07, 2015

Suzi is pleased to have one of her photos of a chimpanzee at the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary on a recent cover of National Geographic Extreme Explorer. Ngamba Island is located on Lake Victoria in Uganda, and is home to 45 chimpanzees that were rescued from the horrific bushmeat or pet trades. 

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Print for Tiger Conservation

Print for Tiger Conservation

July 27, 2015

Tigers are among the most recognized and revered wild animals, yet most people don’t know that tigers are in danger; scientists estimate that there are as few as 3,000 tigers left in the wild and that they could face extinction within 20 years.

TigerTime is a campaign of the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation that aims to increase awareness of the issues tigers face around the world while...

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Just Published: National Geographic Little Kids Magazine

Just Published: National Geographic Little Kids Magazine

March 30, 2015

When Suzi decides to photograph an animal family, she often spends months habituating them to her presence in order to get up close and intimate photos. This adorable baby lion cub featured on the cover of National Geographic Little Kids Magazine is one in a pride Suzi followed in the Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya for more than three months. 

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Big Picture Natural World Photography Competition

Big Picture Natural World Photography Competition

March 28, 2015

Suzi is pleased to once again serve as the Jury Chair for the Big Picture Natural WorldPhotography Competition, hosted by the California Academy of Sciences. This prestigious contest has over $10,000 in cash prizes, including a grand prize of $5,000 to the overall winner. Winning images will be on exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, CA. 

 

 

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Sloths Wearing Backpacks?

Sloths Wearing Backpacks?

February 23, 2015

Thanks to PhD student Rebecca Cliffe of Swansea University, the body of scientific research on the elusive sloth is growing. Rebecca is a biologist working at the Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica, and is using an ingenious system for studying these slow-moving mysterious animals: sloth backpacks. We don’t know very much about sloth behavior, partly because sloths are difficult to study in the wild....

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Interview:

Interview: "Journey of Passion"

January 10, 2015

Working the field as a wildlife photographer has its challenges, as Suzi explains in this recent interview with Fem Worldview Magazine. Read more here about Suzi’s firsthand experience with poaching, letting nature take its course in the field, and reaching out to the next generation of conservationists.

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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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