Fatu (foreground) and her mother Najin (background) at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in northern Kenya. Right now, they are the only two northern white rhinos remaining in the world.

Much needed attention has been focused on the plight of wildlife and the impacts of humanity’s greed, but there are many reasons for hope too: the work being done by the indigenous communities on the front lines, the work of conservationists and scientists like those at the BioRescue Project, and the generosity of donors who make all of this possible. Dedicated people are key to saving these magnificent animals and habitats; it’s important to channel all our energy, awareness, and financial support toward those dedicating their lives to changing the course we are on. It’s hard work. Heartbreaking setbacks come with the territory, but we must not lose track of the incremental gains and the uplifting successes.

This signed print is available starting at $550. This fine-art photograph will be printed on archival paper which is designed to meet museum longevity requirements.

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