A decade ago, scientists worried the lion could go extinct in Kenya by 2020. But today the area’s lion population is thriving thanks to an extraordinary group.
Andrew Dubbins is a Los Angeles based writer, whose work has appeared in The Daily Beast, Los Angeles Magazine, Alta, Slate, and other outlets. He has also reported stories for Epic Magazine, including “Little America,” which inspired the Apple TV original series. His narrative non-fiction story, "Snow Fall," was recognized among The Daily Beast's top stories of the year and is in development with Dichotomy Creative Group as a feature film.
As Jim Crow laws stifled black citizens in the 1960s two men became pivotal in the fight for integration.
Tony Mink was an experienced pilot, but as he flew his family to a Rocky Mountain Christmas vacation, he may have cut one corner too many. And then the blizzard hit.