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For as long as I can remember, I've been enchanted by animals. I have spent the last 7 years traveling to wildlife-rich areas of the world with my camera in hand and heart on my sleeve. I've learned about different species and about the lives of individual animals.
I've cried tears of joy, tears of laughter, and tears of sorrow as I watched the lives and deaths of the animals play out in front of me.
Every day I learn more about the plight of animals as well as about their victories. I am on a mission to share what I learn with others so that together we can preserve the wild world for generations to come.
I will be finishing up my trip to South Luangwa National Park the beginning of October.
I have one more month in Kenya for the year and then I'll be done traveling for a long time (for me). In Kenya, I'll be staying at 3 locations in the Great Masai Mara area (the Masai Mara and conservancies).
* Enonkishu Conservancy - this is a new conservancy and a new lodge for me
* Masai Mara National Reserve - a new lodge
* then off to Olare Motorogi Conservancy to a lodge I've been to before.
After the mara, I'll be moving to Laikipia Wilderness Camp in search of the black leopard. When my outfitter suggested it, I said no because I know the black leopards have become super popular and I didn't want to add stress to the animals -- but then I found out the leopard is on a private conservancy and the number of vehicles is limited...and they had availability for my dates...so black leopard (hopefully) here I come! Although I've been to many reserves in Laikipia, this will be a new area and new lodge for me.
I'm super excited to be returning to Kenya. This will be my third trip this year and the anticipation never gets any less. Even though I've gone on wildlife safaris in 10 countries in Africa, Kenya is still my favorite. I'm going to work on posting while away - so be sure to follow me on social media so you don't miss anything! Facebook and / or Instagram. Please note, while traveling, I do post the same content to both platforms.
Lisa M Roberti737 subscribers
Stories from the Wild to the World. An Advocate for the wildlife-rich places around the world, the animals that live there and the conservation of them.
On this channel, you'll find information about the animals, locations, and traveling - including lodge reviews, locations reviews, gear reviews and animal videos.
Baby buffalo fights hard but loses the battle to crocodiles in Chobe River Botswana
A male lion shakes his beautiful mane. Mara Triangle, Kenya
06-25-23 Day 1 on the Chobe River in Botswana. Lots of elephants. VLOG #31
Swimming with an elephant (not really) in Chobe National Park, Botswana
06-19-23. Preparing for trip to Botswana and Kenya; posting schedule; Business vlogs. VLOG # 30
The Topi Pride of lions from the Maasai Mara start on the journey for a hunt
A hippo and the Topi pride of lions - the hunt...Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
06-12-23 images, equipment, and projects. VLOG #29
In the Media
I am honored to have contributed the cover photo for the Mara Predator Conservation Programme Annual Report.
The non-profit operates in the Masai Mara, Kenya and is a part of the Kenya Wildlife Trust. Their mission is
"a world-class conservation programme, providing evidence-based, practical management recommendations, solutions and ideas."
Click on the photo to read their annual report and find out more about this amazing organization.
Looking for the perfect print for your home or office? Wildlife images are available on photographic papers, canvas, acrylic, and metals in many different sizes to suit your needs.
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Plan your Dream Safari
Over 90 weeks on safari in 9 different countries in Africa, Lisa knows how to plan and execute a safari.
If you are planning a safari, click below to learn about the Dream Safari Interactive Guide to help you plan the safari of your dreams.
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"Perhaps there is a soul hidden in everything and it can always speak, without even making a sound, to another soul."
- Frances Hodgson Burnett