Alan Rabinowitz

Alan Rabinowitz

Sometimes it takes a complete stranger to see the "deep, deep hole" within ourselves. The story of a common bond between a wildlife conservation and a pygmy leader — and the bounty of that friendship.

A profound stutter as a child left Alan Rabinowitz virtually unable to communicate and to prefer animals to people. Now a conservationist of tigers and jaguars, an explorer of the world's last wild places, he has extraordinary insight into both animals and the human condition.

Smithsonian magazine features stunning images of jaguars in Brazil’s Pantal wetlands.

Some gems from our live-tweeting of our ISDN interview.