Proceeds from these extraordinary photographs of elusive and endangered animals are dedicated to Saving the Wild!

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INTRODUCING Thomas D. Mangelsen’s exclusive Saving the Wild Collection, dedicated to wildlife conservation:

The Saving the Wild Collection includes 16 photographs of elusive and endangered animals, limited to only five editions each.

Art collectors now have an opportunity to directly contribute towards the survival of the iconic rhino, with half of all sales being donated to the groundbreaking environmental organization, Saving the Wild. Now is the time to own a highly sought after Mangelsen fine art photograph and make a difference by helping to save the wild.

Thomas D. Mangelsen and Jamie Joseph, founder of Saving the Wild

“Saving the Wild is doing invaluable work on behalf of our rhino. I admire their courage to speak out on the corruption that is preventing justice from being done. As a lifelong conservationist, I am cheering them on as we work to protect what is our living heritage.” -Zulu Prince Buthelezi

“I hope that you will contribute as much as you can in the race to save the rhinos of Africa. Their plight is grim, and all of us need to do whatever we can to help save them.” -Dr. Jane Goodall

Special limited edition  conservation images
You are invited to an Artist Reception in La Jolla, California

Come meet renowned nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen and Jamie Joseph, founder of Saving the Wild, whose mission is to fight rhino and elephant poaching across Africa. Seven of the photographs (shown above) in the Saving the Wild Collection will be available at the Artist Reception. Half of the proceeds from these special conservation photographs will go toward helping critically endangered rhinos and elephants.

Throughout the evening Mangelsen and Saving the Wild founder, Jamie Joseph, will share stories taking you on a journey through their expeditions last year when these extraordinary photographs were taken in the wild.

To view all 16 photographs in this collection visit If you cannot attend this exclusive event, email Customer Support or call 800-228-9686 to purchase one of these special conservation photographs which aid in the fight against rhino and elephant poaching.

Thomas D. Mangelsen and Jamie Joseph, founder of Saving the Wild

BBC EXCLUSIVE: South Africa rhino poaching: ‘Web of corruption’ blamed

Dr. Jane Goodall stands for:  #JusticeForRhinos and #JusticeForZululand

“It is not enough to support anti-poaching efforts on the ground — we must also fight corruption,” says conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall

April 19, BBC Alastair Leithead reports: Entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson and conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall have joined a list of famous names who have signed an open letter to South Africa's government calling for an end to rhino poaching.

Conservation group Saving the Wild says a “web of systematic corruption” within the justice system is to blame. It says this has allowed poaching to continue in a province which saw poaching increase by a third. The campaign body says “no action has been taken against this grossly corrupt alleged syndicate of justice officials”. “We are concerned that members of this syndicate are under political protection.” Read full story>

Matthews, Goodall and Mangelsen stand for: #JusticeForRhinos and #JusticeForZululand#JusticeForRhinos: Dave Matthews, Dr. Jane Goodall and Thomas D. Mangelsen

Mangelsen is as much a conservationist as he is a photographer.

Watch as Anderson Cooper talks with Tom about both during the 60 Minute segment Into the Wild.

Anderson Cooper with 60 Minutes catches up with Thomas D. Mangelsen—Into the Wild
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