The May 2016 issue of National Geographic magazine is devoted entirely to America’s first national park.
The surprising life of lions.
Scaling of a forest giant.
Kenya’s orphan elephants.
The tallest trees.
An African love story.
Camera traps in a lost paradise.
The slaughter of elephants in Chad.
The Grand Canyon.
Gabon’s Loango National Park.
Creation of Gabon’s National Park System.
Jane Goodall Returns to the Wild.
Gelada Baboons in the Ethiopian Highlands.
Mike Fay’s Megatransect Part 3.
Mike Fay’s Megatransect Part 2.
Part 1 of Mike Fay’s epic journey for conservation.
Re-introduction in Congo and Gabon.
In Dzanga Bai in Central Africa Republic.
Survey of the tiger crisis.
Crusading for chimpanzees and humans.
The mountain gorillas after the Rwandan genocide.
Into one of the world’s last natural sanctuaries.
The renaissance of American zoological parks.
Our curious kinship with great apes.
Brutal kinship man and chimpanzee.
Four months photographing underground.
A tacky tour of the South.
Trance in Bali.
Burning of the Amazon.
The discovery of the world’s most beautiful cave. 1988 November Smithsonian.
Behind the scenes with China’s sports program. 1988 April New York Times Magazine.
Pioneering canopy research in Costa Rica. 1986 December GEO Germany.
Indonesia’s transmigration. 1986 June GEO Germany.
Summertime walk from Death Valley to Mount Whitney.