Conservation of natural resources.
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Bob Campbell is best known for his success encouraging and filming the first peaceful close encounters between a human and mountain gorillas, as part of Dian Fossey's conservation and primatology field research at the Karisoke Research Center in Rwanda, Central Africa. The bulk of the collection is Bob Campbell's professional photographic work, primarily on the subjects of African wildlife and orchids, with an emphasis on East African species.
The Ian Parker Collection documents wildlife management and conservation in East Africa, particularly in Kenya, over more than fifty years. The bulk of the collection spans 1956-2004 and covers Parker's service as a Game Warden in Kenya, his activities with Wildlife Services Ltd., work as an independent consultant, and his research and activities relating to the ivory trade, poaching, elephants and other wildlife.
The collection includes Jack and Anne Rudloe's writings, consisting of manuscripts, drafts, proof copies, and background material.
Photographs and documents of Lisa von Borowsky, including photographs taken at the Chinsegut Hill estate of Raymond and Margaret Robins.
The Records of the East African Professional Hunters' Association (EAPHA) include the association's minutes, membership records, rules, reports, correspondence, collected press clippings, records of trophies awarded, disciplinary actions, member biographical sketches, and photographs.
Documents of the Florida Defenders of the Environment, the majority of which deal with the fight to de-authorize the Cross Florida Barge Canal project.