In this compilation of science articles and wildlife photography, Haley R. Pope, a zoologist and photographer, recounts notable yet overlooked wildlife conservation issues that span Southern Africa to the Rocky Mountains.
The stories range in topic from photographing minute organisms to a nightly encounter with black rhinos, the ethics of zoos, and whether we should “rewild” the American West.
Through photography and writing, Haley R. Pope strives to capture our imagination, inform, and inspire to raise awareness about the threats facing wildlife and encourage us to be conscientious in our actions towards the planet.
"Into Africa" is a photo book that depicts the photographer's journey through Southern Africa in search of iconic animals and their conservation stories.
As a scientist first and foremost, Haley Pope realizes the importance of conservation awareness for saving many of our planet's species. Thus, she offers readers a unique look at both the beauty of African wildlife, as well as scientific information pertaining to each species.
"Into Africa" is a celebration of Southern Africa's inherent beauty and an appeal to each of us to respect and protect our planet and its resources.