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Living Wild & Filming Wild: a brief introduction



Hi Everyone - I had a chat to Matt aka Game Warden who welcomed the idea of a blog about our life here in Kenya and our work with conservation education, so here goes...

Welcome to ‘Moving Images’, the new blog featuring the work of The African Environmental Film Foundation (AEFF). My name is Tanya Trevor Saunders, and I work as AEFF’s Director of Strategy. AEFF makes educational films about environmental and conservation issues, for the people of Africa, in their own languages, for free distribution across the continent.

I am not entirely new to the world of wildlife blogging, as since October 2007, I have been documenting the wildlife dramas occurring daily around my home and office, which lie in a beautiful wilderness area of Kenya, bordering the mighty Tsavo National Park. You can catch up with all my previous stories and photographs here. I have also been keeping people updated on AEFF news on our website.

From now on, while also keeping both these blogs going, I shall be combining the two in this brand new Moving Images photo-journal, so this will become a record of AEFF’s work as well as of the wildlife with whom we share our home, and the particular challenges faced day to day in a life far from the modern trappings of urban convenience (and inconvenience!)

Here at AEFF, we are all excited to be a part of Safaritalk, which is such a vibrant hub supporting conservation initiatives across the African continent, and indeed further afield, and I look forward to telling you more about our work and our life in the bush. Thank you for having us!


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