Megaflyover: Documenting Africa's Last Wild Places

Megaflyover and Human Footprint Map
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Conservationist Mike Fay explains the Megaflyover project to a group of school students in the Samburu Reserve in Kenya.

"Samburu is one of those places in Africa that has a high human density in the midst of high wildlife density. These people have discovered a way to live with wildlife," Fay said.

The Megaflyover expedition found many examples of how Africans are good stewards of their natural resources.

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—Photograph by Peter and Hannelore Ragg, copyright National Geographic Society
 
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