Author Ian Michler

Ian Michler - small size - CopyIan has spent the last 24 years working as a specialist guide, safari operator, photo-journalist and consultant across Africa, including a stint of 13 years based in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. His writing covers topics on conservation, wildlife management, ecotourism, and the environment in general, and he has been a regular contributor, columnist and blogger for Africa Geographic over the past two decades. Ian is a member of the International League of Conservation Writers and is the author and photographer of seven natural history and travel books on Africa. Prior to his life in the wilderness, he spent eight years practicing as a stockbroker in Cape Town and Johannesburg. He currently lives along the Garden Route where he runs Invent Africa, an inbound safari company that takes guests to 15 countries across Africa. 

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0 A-Grade Ecotourism

Simply put, habitat destruction occurs when functioning natural habitats or ecosystems are degraded to the extent that they can no…

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0 Sable Shenanigans

In Zambia’s newest national park, on the outskirts of its capital Lusaka, live more than 200 sable antelope. Coralled in…