2017

Thank You Boston Globe Travel Show

Last weekend was the much-anticipated Boston Globe Travel Show. I have been attending the show for the last 4 years. It is always an honor as always for Infinite Safari Adventures to represent Africa and inspire attendees with the possibilities of travel on safari. It seems like I may be the guilty party of bringing […]

2016

I have heard of Livestock Guard Dogs For Cheetahs, But A Nurse Dog for Cheetahs?

One of the great programs developed by the Cheetah Conservation Fund (of which I am a trustee) is its livestock guard dog program. In this program CCF provides farmers with Anatolian Shepherds which they train and who bond with the livestock of the farmers. When they sense a predator nearby they have a loud bark. […]

2015

Cecil The Lion – Outraged, But Maybe A Corner Turned?

Recently I was out to dinner with friends. Whenever there is a news item that deals with Africa all questions are directed to me. Unless you don’t watch the news, read the newspaper, are never on Facebook or any other social media site you have seen the terrible and senseless killing of Cecil the Lion […]

DOGS & CONSERVATION – MY 2 FAVORITE THINGS

My wife and I love dogs. We spoil our rescue shepherd-husky Alley (named because she was found tied up in an alley). There is not a dog that comes within feet of us that we do not stop to pet and say hello to. To raise money for my water well project we market Maasai […]

There Is Hope For The Future of Wildlife

Throughout the history of this blog I have written about the terrible waste, tragedy and sadness in the killing of animals. I have written about my work with the Cheetah Conservation Fund and the effort to prevent the killing of cheetahs, particularly when it is so some rich person can have a cheetah as a […]

4th Annual “Meetah Cheetah” – A Resounding Success

If you don’t know by now (wait I have not told you 🙂 ) I am on the Board of Trustees of the Cheetah Conservation Fund (www.cheetah.org). Every year I have done an event entitled “Meetah Cheetah” to coincide with CCF founder Dr. Laurie Marker’s spring tour through the United States. I am proud to […]

CHEETAHS ARE NOT PETS

Some people think the photo above is cute. Others may think “oh I would like to have a cheetah as a pet.” In fact if you Google “cheetahs as pets” you will see advertisements for cheetahs for sale. And people will post this photo on Facebook or Tweet it or Instagram it and have lots […]

2014

Namibia 5 Fun Facts

This week we are going to provide you with 5 fun facts about Namibia which is home to the Cheetah Conservation Fund of which I am on the Board of Trustees Namibia is the second least densely populated country on earth. After Mongolia which is also a vast country, there are just over two million […]