In today’s episode Heather talks with a photographer from South Africa who has taken special pride in documenting the Wild Horses of Namibia. Hear stories about these amazing horses and learn about the challenges they face in the desert. We also learn about some other African horse Safaris and other international travel she has done.
The Wild Horses of Namibia and the Challenges They Face
In today’s episode Heather talks with Teagan Cunniffe a travel photographer who specializes in wilderness lodges and horse safaris. Teagan has worked extensively with the wild horses of Namibia, in conjunction with the registered NPO Namibia Wild Horse foundation. With this foundation she has documented these special desert adapted horses for the past four years. Her experience has seen her photographing the horses during the worst hardships of drought and a hyena predation.
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- How her love affair with horses began
- Hurdles that she overcame with challenges of photographing in the desert
- How these horses became the wild horses of Namibia
- How these horses have changed her
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- Namibia Wild Horses Foundation
The main objective of the Namibia Wild Horses Foundation is to operate as an interest group for the conservation and protection of the Wild Horses of Namibia.
- CNN news story of the Wild Horses
Time is running out for Namibia’s Wild Horses: See what officials and environmentalists are doing to save the last of these majestic animals while trying not to upset the natural balance of the wild.Source: CNN
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