Nick Brandt is a photographer who has had an incredible career capturing amazing animals on film. Now he's giving back by creating a foundation dedicated to protecting and preserving the habitats of these animals. Big Life employs 250 rangers that protect 2 million acres of wilderness in the Amboseli-Tsavo ecosystem of East Africa. They're the only organization in East Africa with coordinated, cross-border anti-poaching operations. As of September 2012, Big Life's rangers have made 627 arrests and confiscated 1,630 weapons/poaching tools since November 2010. Find out how you can help him right here.
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