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Eight Facts About the African Forest Elephant

January 15, 2017

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February 28, 2017

Day 5: Koussan

We rounded off the trip with the first school sponsored nature walk through Koussan. Gabriel, the headmaster, a teacher, and a few helpful locals rounded up the roughly 80 secondary school students (ages ranging widely from 12 or so to around 18) and led...

February 21, 2017

Day 4: Toumbara, Bankouba & Koussan

We had a long and bumpy ride to the village of Toumbara, arriving just before sunset on our third night. But, with our campsite just above the Faleme river that separates Senegal and Mali, the ride was well worth it. The rocky banks w...

February 14, 2017

Day 3: Koussan, Belly-Simbara & Toumbara

We started off the day as we ended the last, with an interview. The previous night, we asked the son of the only salaried guard of the reserve what he wanted for the future. He gave us the standard camera answer – ‘I want to fore...

February 10, 2017

Day 2: Talibadji, Linguekone & Koussan

The sun crept in through the gaps between the thatch roof and the stone hut, and by 7:30 the day could no longer be ignored. We were greeted with coffee, tea and two loaves of the best bread I have eaten in nearly a year and a half...

February 7, 2017

Day 1: Ndiarendi & Talibadji Toucouleur

In January 2017 Farsight undertook a five day venture into a remote reserve called the Boundou (pronounced Boondoo), in the far east of Senegal. We were there to create a series of short documentaries to be used as part of the en...

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October 20, 2017