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The Complete Tiger Man Diaries | [Alan Rabinowitz]

The Complete Tiger Man Diaries

For the past decade, world-renowned wildlife conservationist Alan Rabinowitz has been leading the fight to save tigers in one of their greatest natural habitats, the remote Hukaung Valley in northernmost Mynmar (formerly Burma). In January 2006, Alan traveled to Myanmar to push forward this massive and, at times, dangerous project. Now, you can listen to all of the details of Alan's fascinating journey.
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For the past decade, world-renowned wildlife conservationist Alan Rabinowitz has been leading the fight to save tigers in one of their greatest natural habitats, the remote Hukaung Valley in northernmost Mynmar (formerly Burma). In January 2006, Alan traveled to Myanmar to push forward this massive and, at times, dangerous project. Now, you can listen to all of the details of Alan's fascinating journey, including:

  • An interview with Alan in the days before his trip.
  • Alan's 20 audio dispatches sent during the trip via satellite phone.
  • An interview with Alan a little more than a month after his return.
  • Field recordings Alan made in the early days of his trip.

    While Alan does not have the luxury to take people with him to Myanmar, with this audio, you'll be with him every step of the way. You'll hear first hand about the real work of conservation. You'll also learn much more about this remarkable man.

    You can learn more about Alan Rabinowitz's life and career in his book Beyond the Last Village: A Journey of Discovery in Asia's Forbidden Wilderness

  • National Geographic Adventure profiles Alan Rabinowitz's quest to save the big cats while battling cancer. Plus, watch a video clip of Rabinowitz in action.

    ©2006 Audible, Inc.

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      "A true story with an untold after story"

      Alan Rabinowitz, a well known and respected conservationist, tapes his tiger story as he sets up a tremendous wildlife reserve in in the Hukaung Valley of Northern Myanmar (Burma) for the protection of tigers. He tells of his interaction with both the ruling military government for allocation of the preserve and permission to meet with and seek the cooperation of numerous ethnic groups. Groups living in the preserve were allowed to stay in the reserve if they refrained from poaching. The story was compelling, though hard to hear at times, as he taped in the jungleā€”or any place out of earshot (once in an outhouse). What Rabinowitz, accomplished, in setting up the preserve was amazing. However, the story told here has been amended by Rabinowitz himself in later public speaking engagements. Much of the pristine jungle has been ravaged by mining and other destructive activity, presumably with the approval of the government. And tigers, for obvious reasons, have failed to move into the preserve, as Rabinowitz had hoped.

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      Brian M. Fielding New York, New York 11-30-09
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      "Compelling live audio"

      Alan Rabinowitz has dedicated his life to protecting big cats around the world. He is uncompromising in his devotion to trying to prevent the further diminution of habitat essential to the survival of big cats. He is a precious global resource, a genius. This audio is deeply moving and well-worth listening to.

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