Archives: Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D.

  • Fighting for the Future: The Path Forward

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / January 16, 2020
    We started this series discussing the crucial role that megafauna, our world’s largest animals, play in maintaining their ecosystems. They are essential to preserving biodiversity and wildlife for generations to…
  • Fighting for the Future: Human Conflict and Encroachment

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / January 15, 2020
    Humans threaten African megafauna. Poachers are just one threat – many animals suffer due to human conflict, encroachment and the degradation of their habitats. Lions African lions are beset on…
  • Fighting for the Future: Poaching Our Children’s Heritage

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / January 14, 2020
    Our planet’s largest animals, which are often the keystones of their respective ecosystems, are facing threats on all sides. In addition to an increasingly inhospitable climate and the degradation and…
  • Fighting for the Future: African Wildlife

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / January 13, 2020
    Our world is a crowded place – we share the planet with more than eight million beautifully unique and fascinating species. But that number is dropping rapidly. Animal species are…
  • Dispatch II from Abroad: South Africa

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / October 28, 2019
    Dear Friends, Trudging through the hot, dry and dusty landscape here, it is hard to convey both the impact of the majesty of magnificent African animals seen up close and…
  • Dispatch from Abroad: South Africa

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / October 25, 2019
    Dear Friends, As many of you know, American Humane’s work already stretches across the globe. Each year, our animal rescue program saves, shelters and feeds hundreds of thousands of our…
  • How to protect your pets from Hurricane Florence

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / September 11, 2018
    Hurricane Florence, which is rapidly approaching the U.S. East Coast, was upgraded to Category 4, indicating that “catastrophic damage will occur.” Its 130 mph winds of destruction will likely hit…