Welcome to TonyWild, the photo-led platform where we share stories of nature and wildlife. We strive to inspire a generation that will champion sustainable natural resource management through the power of photography, film, and science.
Join us today and make a difference in preserving our planet's biodiversity.
We believe in the power of Conservation Research Photography to bring the public closer to the heart of conservation science.
We believe that environmental education should be immersive and based in reality. That's why we use powerful tools like photos and films to spark a deep connection with nature and create lasting conservation awareness.
At the heart of our project is a deep commitment to protecting the environment and reducing negative impacts on our planet. Through landscape restoration cafes, we gather young individuals to brainstorm and implement solutions that make a real difference.
Unlock the beauty of wildlife through our captivating Conservation Photography and Film Portfolio.
Ssezi's heart, mind and soul has been in the forest for more than fifty one year. He has managed a forest that has so far been a refuge for sixty Chimpanzees and is an important wildlife corridor between Budongo and Bungoma Forest.
🎞️ Our recently produced short film in partnership with REEFolution Foundation, Matumbawe, is a story about the Khadija the daughter of Dosa Mshega a REEF Ranger who works restoring the coral reefs in the Wasini Channel area in Diani, Kenya. REEFolution Foundation, in collaboration with the Mkwiro Beach Management Unit (BMU), has established a Community Managed coral restoration project in this area.
Anthony is a true champion for conservation, and his work as a wildlife ecologist, educator, conservation photographer, and filmmaker is nothing short of inspiring. Based in Nairobi, Kenya, he's been recognized by the International League of Conservation Photographers as an Emerging League member and is a 2021 Jackson Wild Grand Prismatic Awardee.
His passion for creating conservation content that inspires action is evident in every project he takes on, and his unique perspective on the natural world is rooted in a deep bond he formed with nature as a teenager. From his early days as a conservation leader in school to his work with organizations like Giraffe Center, Laikipia Wildlife Forum, and Birdlife International, Anthony has dedicated his life to protecting our planet's most precious resources.
His collaborations with like-minded organizations such as the Chimpanzee Trust, Grevy Zebra Trust, and The Pangolin Project only serve to amplify his message, and his work has been recognized by numerous prestigious organizations and publications.
His images have been featured in National Geographic, Climate Tracker, and Sustainable Travel International, and he's won awards from Safal Eye in the Wild Photography Competition and Earth Photo 2021. Whether he's exhibiting his work at the Royal Geographical Society or sharing his knowledge with young people, Anthony's dedication to conservation is truly awe-inspiring
As conservationists, we hold a deep understanding of the importance of wildlife and the role it plays in preserving our very existence. But not everyone shares this understanding, and that's why it's crucial to carefully craft and share our message with every single household in the world. Wildlife conservation principles are the very essence of safeguarding our way of life, and we must all come together to respect and protect our precious wildlife. Let's make our voices heard and ensure that future generations can continue to marvel at the wonders of the natural world.
Join us in making a difference by visiting our Wild Shop! By supporting our cause, you can help empower the next generation of conservation leaders with the powerful tools of visual communication. Our team provides hands-on training in photography and filmmaking, equipping students with the skills to turn their passion for conservation into action. Help us make a lasting impact on the future of wildlife conservation by donating to our cause today.
We aim at inspiring a community of young professional conservation community . Mainly by building bridges between the actual working environment to the academic platform, and how this translates to a society that has a positive behavior towards the environment
Nyika Silika is an environmental/nature blog that will hopefully, be able to; Reconcile the needs of people and nature using the best available methods ensuring economic development and conservation do not undermine each other.
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