An orphaned black rhino calf receives breakfast from a ranger @lewa_wildlife, northern Kenya-photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid from a long term project documenting community conservation in the northern rangelands of Kenya #withbutterfliesandwarriors I’ll be talking about my work for @natgeo and personal projects at an artists forum @francescamaffeogallery on Saturday 01.04.17 @2.00pm currently showing some of my work and personal projects ‘documenting that jagged and bloody line where man and beast meet’ Follow my work here @natgeo and @chancellordavid #rhino #poaching #protecting #conserving #kenya #northernkenya #samburu #horn #stoppoaching #handlelikeeggs @kinetic_six @forrangers @francescamaffeogallery
National Geographic, instagram.com

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