Carbon sinners


Heavy rainfalls, thunderstorms, hail, and mudslides – they have caused devastation throughout Germany in the last weeks. Some people lost everything they had and some even lost their lives. After 3 months with Wilhelm in New Zealand, I came back with Lima to Germany about two weeks ago. Neighbouring villages have been flooded and I…

To travel with a new born baby


The last year I’ve been struggling with this blog to keep it updated. And maybe for understandable reasons. In august, our baby Lima got cut out of my girlfriend’s stomach, and since then life has changed. Getting children is not at all as painful as people often say – we are having quite a time with…

Colombian Jaguars Granted New Protected Habitat

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Originally posted on The Jaguar:
Jaguar by Joachim S. Müller. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Rainforest Trust and its partners have enjoyed a number of successes lately. In early November, they announced the creation of a 3.3 million-acre national park in the Peruvian Amazon. That is more area than Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks combined (Rainforest Trust,…

Stora Karlsö

In the summer of 2015, I worked as a nature guide on Stora Karlsö. The island is famous for it’s prolific birdlife and has the only large colony of common murres (Latin: Uria aalge, Swedish: Sillgrissla) and razorbills (Latin Alca torda, Swedish: Tordmule) along with the neighbouring island Lilla Karlsö. During my time I photographed a…

Visiting the Kinda Baboons, Zambia

Kinda Baboon (Papio kindae) grooming

As our goal was to see the biggest mammal migration, in the work to get there we found out that a rare type of Baboon live in the same area. It’s called the Kinda Baboon (Papio kindae). Excited about thisfact, we decided to visit the research project investigating their behavior. Kasanka National Park is the…


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