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Trivia #185 - The Last Of His Kind

Born in 1973 and currently living at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia, Kenya. He is known for being the last male of his subspecies in the world and one of only three living in the world. 77 more words

Reader’s Choice 2017: Pros and Cons of Living Next to a Nature Preserve

It’s that time of the year. For the rest of the year, I’ll be reposting the 10 most read articles here on IAC.

Thanks for following, reading, and sharing. 242 more words


Arthur Singer, Bird Man

Birds were Arthur Singer’s bread and butter. For five decades, the New York-based artist provided avian illustrations for an array of books, magazines, U.S. postage stamps and even commemorative plates, creating a collection that rivaled his idol, John Audubon. 669 more words


Celebrating the Rhinoceros

The first  time I saw a member of the Rhinoceros species was waaaay back when I was huddled up in school bus in my primary days, for a tour to the Nairobi National Park. 1,023 more words

World Animal Protection

Pros and Cons of Living Next to a Nature Preserve

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

A recent Wall Street Journal article, Luxury-Home Developers’ Latest Pitch: Unspoiled Nature, has inspired me to share some thoughts about owning a home in close proximity to nature. 1,144 more words


Sunday Walk

Lately, I feel like I am always rushing to do the next thing and don’t take time to relax or exercise. I am trying to change that. 142 more words