Wildlife

Saving Giants

Simon N. Ostheimer | October 10, 2017

Remote Lands meets Louise Rogerson, manager of the Phuket Elephant Sanctuary, to discuss ethics, elephants, and celebrity visits.

Hong Kong’s Cattle and Whence they Came

Emily Dickson | July 26, 2017

Those who call Hong Kong home will tell you that there is still some natural pastoral magic found on Hong Kong’s well-preserved islands, places where cows and wild buffalo roam free near one of the most densely populated places on Earth.

5 Animals to Look for in Brunei

Travelogues | July 21, 2017

Brunei is one of Southeast Asia’s better-kept tourism secrets, steeped in a rich history and tropical beauty. The wildlife isn’t easy to find, but it is more than worthy of the search.

Chasing the Tail of the Pygmy Pachyderm

Travelogues | July 6, 2017

They have shorter trunks, rounder faces, longer tails, and smaller tusks than their Asian cousins, but what really sets the Borneo pygmy elephant apart  from the herd – apart from a reputation for friendliness – is no one is really sure how it got there.

How to Spot a Snow Leopard at 13,000 feet

Travelogues | July 5, 2017

Lurking furtively among the coarse, weathered mountains of the dry Ladakh region of India is one of the most elusive creatures in the natural world, a majestic beast of stealth and solitude.