Images from top to bottom: The plague of ivory poaching continues with majestic bull elephants falling victim every day to poachers and the forces of black market traders, though the ultimate villains are human consumers of tusks transformed into carvings. Heminway and crew worked closely with local game guards and he praises their heroism. Ultimately, he says, local people, whether in the Northern Rockies with grizzlies and wolves or people in Africa with elephants and rhinos, determine whether wildlife crimes persist or are halted. He believes in the power of young people to change the world for the better. In photo just above, he chats with Maasai as they discuss the problems in Kenya and Tanzania.