You could easily miss the dusty little village of Khichan, situated just south of the India Pakistan border. Its appearance much like the previous hundred or so villages you pass on route from Delhi, were it not for the cacophony of noise.
It is a grey morning in Chicago and a fine mist rolls in from Lake Michigan. Twenty eight floors up Dacey Arashiba is groggily following the scent of coffee, and after pouring himself a cup he settles on his sofa for his morning ritual in front of the box. But this is one box very few people will have the opportunity to watch, for this is a flower box, hanging off of his balcony railing, and in it sits the fastest animal in the world. A peregrine falcon, brooding her four chicks.
South Luangwa National park in Zambia, is one of Africa's greatest leopard hotspots. I had the pleasure of following a family of leopards for 3 months in 2014.
In search of the world's rarest cat, the Iberian lynx. In 2001 there were less than 100 individuals left in the wild but conservation measures mean that in 2016 over 400 individuals are living wild in Spain and Portugal.
In one of the world's busiest cities, home to over 20 million people, Delhi's huge population has led to another resident arriving, the black kite. These birds look to be doing well but the reality is they're at risk due their namesake, the paper kite as well as suffering from malnutrition due to the poor diet available in the city.
Wild Dogs are Africa's most successful predators but also one of the most threatened. Travelling up to 75km a day they come into conflict with people, getting trapped in snares or hunted due to attacks on livestock.
In Zambia's South Luangwa I had the opportunity to spend time with 3 packs, including a breeding pack and their pups.