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The National Geographic Guide to Birding in North America

 The National Geographic Guide to Birding in North America introduces you to the joys of birding and bird identification in 24 engaging and richly enjoyable lectures, which cover the field in comprehensive detail. You’ll also take a detailed look at the vast range of North American bird species, using the forthcoming 7th edition of the classic National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America as a foundation and reference, as well as learning about further important facets of birding, such as how to photograph birds, the best North American birding locations, and important elements of bird conservation.

The Great Tours: African Safari

 Discover the safari adventure for yourself in The Great Tours: African Safari, an extraordinary course brought to you in partnership with National Geographic. Taught by the highly experienced safari guide James Currie, these 24 exciting lectures take you onto the plains and into the jungles of Africa. Captivating details and gorgeous imagery bring the safari experience to your living room. Whether you are planning your first trip or just want to enjoy the sights and sounds of this magnificent continent from the comfort of your own home, The Great Tours: African Safari transports you to one of the world’s most spectacular environments.

John Cline

John Cline

Creative Media Intern

 

Originally from St. Louis, John was first drawn to nature while rambling through national parks between the Midwest and West Coast. After moving to Florida for college in 2014, his wild connections eventually grew to include all things aquatic. 

John holds a B.S. from the University of Miami and is currently pursuing a graduate degree at the Rosenstiel School for Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. After graduating, John plans to continue an early career in visual storytelling concentrated on exploration and conservation. 

To date, John has been a part of a number of exciting projects including camera trapping endangered Florida panthers in the Everglades, filming hammerhead sharks in Biscayne Bay, and mapping historic shipwrecks off the Florida Keys. He joined our team in the spring of 2021 and is stoked to help share nature with you! When John isn’t running around with a camera, you can most likely find him diving, climbing, on the trail, or mixing up something spicy in the kitchen. 

Last of the Big Tuskers

In December of 2013 the largest elephant in the world was seen for the last time. His name in Zulu was Isilo, which means “king of kings”. Conservationists searched months on end for his body until in late March of 2014 the carcass of the giant was found in the African bush, his magnificent nine-foot tusks GONE. Tom Mahamba was one of the last people to see Isilo alive in Tembe Elephant Park, the place he calls home on the South African side of the border with Mozambique.

 

A big tusker elephant is an elephant with at least one tusk weighing 100 pounds or more. Only 100 years ago, thousands roamed the wilds of Africa. Sadly today only 22 remain. Last of the Big Tuskers focuses on the last of these iconic animals and what is being done to keep them safe.

John Cline

John Cline

Creative Media Intern

 

Originally from St. Louis, John was first drawn to nature while rambling through national parks between the Midwest and West Coast. After moving to Florida for college in 2014, his wild connections eventually grew to include all things aquatic. 

John holds a B.S. from the University of Miami and is currently pursuing a graduate degree at the Rosenstiel School for Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. After graduating, John plans to continue an early career in visual storytelling concentrated on exploration and conservation. 

To date, John has been a part of a number of exciting projects including camera trapping endangered Florida panthers in the Everglades, filming hammerhead sharks in Biscayne Bay, and mapping historic shipwrecks off the Florida Keys. He joined our team in the spring of 2021 and is stoked to help share nature with you! When John isn’t running around with a camera, you can most likely find him diving, climbing, on the trail, or mixing up something spicy in the kitchen. 

When Eagles Roar: The Amazing Journey of an African Wildlife Adventurer

A riveting, roller coaster of a ride that offers a rare personal glimpse into James Currie’s evolution from game ranger to TV host as he crosses continents and explores cultures. This dynamic talent provides tremendous insight into animal behavior and conservation.

John Cline

John Cline

Creative Media Intern

 

Originally from St. Louis, John was first drawn to nature while rambling through national parks between the Midwest and West Coast. After moving to Florida for college in 2014, his wild connections eventually grew to include all things aquatic. 

John holds a B.S. from the University of Miami and is currently pursuing a graduate degree at the Rosenstiel School for Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. After graduating, John plans to continue an early career in visual storytelling concentrated on exploration and conservation. 

To date, John has been a part of a number of exciting projects including camera trapping endangered Florida panthers in the Everglades, filming hammerhead sharks in Biscayne Bay, and mapping historic shipwrecks off the Florida Keys. He joined our team in the spring of 2021 and is stoked to help share nature with you! When John isn’t running around with a camera, you can most likely find him diving, climbing, on the trail, or mixing up something spicy in the kitchen. 

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