• Conservation and Animal Behavior Photography

    Linking Conservation Science to the Public
  • Storytelling Photography

    Conservation Stories Using Pictures
  • Visual Environmental Literacy Program

    Conservation Education using Photography
  • MITIgation Project

    ‘…Restoring Biodiversity through Tree Planting…’

Conservation Photography

We believe that through Conservation Research Photography, we give the public a chance to connect with conservation science at a personal level by not only personifying the wildlife effected by the issue at hand, but also by capturing the passion of the people involved in the conservation efforts..

Visual Ecological Literacy Program

We offer reality based environmental education using photos and films as tools to create conservation awareness. During the school visits we provide eco-visual environmental literacy training and also provide students with superb resources for engagement with mostly photos  that are obtain around their school environment. Also know as "Meet Your Neighbors" Project

Mitigation Project

The project focuses on addressing how 'negative environmental impacts' may be avoided or reduced. We do this through holding landscape restoration cafe's, supporting restoration projects and supporting nature based enterprises.

Who We Are. What We Do

TonyWild is a photo-led platform for sharing stories that enables relevant knowledge sharing of everything nature and wildlife. We envision a generation that will influence sustainable natural resource management through photography, film and science. 

Our mission is to promote conservation action by creating awareness on wildlife conservation through photography,film and science.

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Campaign

Wildlife conservation practice has over the years, been limited to the mega species or those that are under threat, vulnerable or endangered. This limits most people involvement in conserving wildlife, because they feel left out in the process of wildlife conservation. This campaign goes along with this year 2020 World Wildlife Day theme “Sustaining all life on Earth”

We as conservationist understand the need of wildlife, but not everyone does. We need to carefully package this message and share it with every household in the world that wildlife conservation are principles that safeguards our way of life. Therefore, we need to respect and protect wildlife.

 

Anthony Ochieng,

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The MITIgation project was conceptualized in 2019 January and has been reviewed on how best we may focus on impact using minimal resources.

We focus on nurturing and growing of trees and linking the same process with students who are in Form one and class five, with the hope that they will find a link to nature using the one tree that they are expected to nature for the next four years, In addition we guide them on developing vision dream boards, that have a legacy. so that they live a life towards achieving there legacy on earth rather than just working towards the Kenyan Dream.

Wildlife conservation practice has over the years, been limited to the mega species or those that are under threat, vulnerable or endangered. This limits most people involvement in conserving wildlife, because they feel left out in the process of wildlife conservation. This campaign goes along with this year 2020 World Wildlife Day theme “Sustaining all life on Earth”

We hope to use this campaign to increase awareness of wildlife conservation. The campaign is focused on the following slogan,

#Wildifeislife #Wildlifeiscool #Wildlifeiseverywhere

Awards & Recognition

Jackson Wild Emerging Filmmaker 2019: Funding for the scholarship is made possible with generous support from Jeffrey and Darlene Anderson, Disneynature, PBS, Cornell Douglas Foundation, National Geographic Society, World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, Conservation International, Charles Engelhard Foundation, HHMI Tangled Bank Studios, Discovery and Vulcan Productions.

WWF EFN Grantee and Alumni Grantee: In 2015 with support from the WWF-EFN grant attended the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute’s Center for Conservation and Sustainability course entitled “Conservation for Development Professionals: Strategies for Implementing Biodiversity Action Plans for the Private Sector," In 2019, with support from WWF Alumni grant was supported to attend Jackson Wild Summit 2019. 

Bronze Winner 2019: ‘Safal Eye in the Wild’ photography competition that seeks to promote sustainable conservation actions in Africa.

WWF Africa Youth Award Nominee 2018: An award ‘designed to recognize and celebrate young adults throughout Africa who have developed innovative projects, practices, activities and solutions to the sustainable development challenges facing our continent today.

Honorable Mention: A photo contest organized by Climate tracker in partnership with the World Health Organization, to highlight the impacts of climate change on people’s health. We received a honorable mention from 563 participants strong submissions on five topics: climate-induced disasters, air pollution, food security, migration and vector-borne diseases.

Affiliations

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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