Bryan Christy’s Tip Sheet for Wildlife Crime Reporters

Recently, I had the honor of speaking about wildlife crime and storytelling at the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. As part of my presentation I gave out a Tip Sheet on techniques I’ve used to step outside the standard wildlife crime reporting framework and tell stories that are fresh and can make a difference. I thought I’d share them.

Here’s a link to my WILDLIFE CRIME REPORTING Tip Sheet.

And, here’s a quick piece GIJC did on the wildlife trafficking event, which included my very impressive colleagues from Oxpeckers. RAI Bolivia did an excellent write up in Spanish.

Terrorism in Africa’s Parks

I was pleased to present testimony before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on organized crime, extremist militias, and terrorism as they relate
to Africa’s wildlife, protected areas, and park rangers, 5/18/17. This hearing was called by Chairman Ed Royce who has been a leader on addressing terrorism in Africa, wildlife trafficking, and a supporter of exploration. I spoke in my capacity as an investigative journalist and a National Geographic Society Explorer.

Explorer & Journalist Bryan Christy Testifies Before United States House Committee

Here is a link to my congressional testimony.