terça-feira, 29 de abril de 2014

Our Jeep!

Photo: Suzana Fonseca
This is the land rover used by our team during the last expedition in Tanzania Mar/Apr 2014.

sexta-feira, 25 de abril de 2014

quarta-feira, 23 de abril de 2014

NATURE Wildlife

Luiz Carlos Santos Jr ©
I have to say again that during my last trip I had plenty of time to wonder why man should be divorcing himself from natural life.

terça-feira, 15 de abril de 2014


Photo: Suzana Fonseca
A small tortoise leopard rescued during one of game drives in Serengeti, Tanzania.


Photo: Suzana Fonseca
I love to click lions, specially when they don't give importance to your presence. Sometimes you can stay hours photographing these guys without a single movement. What a fantastic creature!

segunda-feira, 14 de abril de 2014

Black Faced Weaver

Luiz Carlos Santos Jr ©
Serengeti, Tanzania.

A day out in the ocean

Photo: Fabiano Ignacio
Great day we had last Saturday 12th of April. Our team were gifted with 3 hours tour around the port of Santos, having an opportunity to click nature, vessels and whatever they wanted. On our way back, a quick pit stop at the Goes Beach for some extra clicks.

Our Team in Action

Photo: Fabiano Ignacio

Photo: Fabiano Ignacio

Photo: Fabiano Ignacio

Photo: Fabiano Ignacio

Photo: Fabiano Ignacio

sexta-feira, 11 de abril de 2014


Luiz Carlos Santos Jr ©
I spent quite a log time following the two brothers we found in Serengeti, two fully growth male cheetahs hunting in the plans of Serengeti. We were not able to register the act but had the chance to take good shots from this very beautiful and charming animal. 

Twany Eagle vs White Stock

Luiz Carlos Santos Jr ©
It was an amazing view to spot a Twany Eagle eating on top of a very high tree. The red stuff you can see is the bill of a White Stock, the carcass was left down few meters from where it was. We took quite a long time registering the scene and did for sure, a lot of nice shots. 

quinta-feira, 10 de abril de 2014

Up in the air!

Luiz Carlos Santos Jr ©
Very common to see lions on to of a tree in Serengeti at this time of the year, they do it for various reasons, but mainly is to preserve the paws as they get wet and can cause a disease jeopardizing they ability to hunt.

quarta-feira, 9 de abril de 2014

Squeezes, new arrival!

Very important to remind you that we still selling squeezes and stickers of our project, and this is a way to support and help our program with the youngsters during their training and classes. Please feel free to contact us and order your squeeze with us. 

segunda-feira, 7 de abril de 2014

WLP and other projects in Africa!

Photo: Suzana Fonseca
As you all know, we are back in town safely and with a full bag of news and different ideas for our project and youngsters. During this trip we had a great opportunity to meet people from other projects and institutions as: The headquarters of  Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Frankfurt Zoological Society, Tanzania Carnivores Org and others. The idea is to link our project with others in order to grow and benefit both sides. Stay connected, we have much more to announce! 

Chilling out at Lion Park

Chilling out at the Lion Park in South Africa after 12 days expedition in Tanzania. It was a very good opportunity to see friends, lions and talk to my good friend Livious.
I was good to spend sometime with Alex Larenty who's always in a good mood and prompt to help and assist. We are organizing sort of a program to amend with our project here in Brazil. Stay tuned and follow us for more news! 

Only in Africa!

It was a very hot morning inside the caldera when we suddenly spotted four nomads resting on top of a hill and decided to check it out. After few minutes observing the big boys, we were surprised with a very bizarre situation, one of them came next to our jeep and started to enter under the car, it never happened before, and all I can say is that after being worried for while, we just relaxed and took as many photos as we could. 

Simba Campsite

Imagine a place on top of a crater, place where you can really feel relaxed and with a stunning view 360º from your tent, a place where you can listen the sounds of nature 24 hours a day, a place called Ngorongoro. 

Our supporter

Wildlife Project and Elemidia together during the 4th African Expedition!

Maasai Village

Photo: Suzana Fonseca
Having a friendly chat with the Chief of a Maasai village in Ngorongoro conservation area. We will bring you a lot of news and images about this people, their habits, way of living and how they educate their children. We have been inside the school and checked a morning class with 3 to 5 years old children. Amazing!

Thank you!

We have just returned from our 4th expedition to Africa and will have a lot of news and images to share with our readers and followers, but I can't start to write before I send my special thanks to Safari HQ and my two new friends Paul and Nickson, who did a superb job during the last 12 days we had together between Serengeti and Ngorongoro.