"While the Johnsons' films were perceived during the 1960s through the 1980s as racially stereotypical, today they are appreciated by anthropologists, wildlife biologists, and those interested in places that have undergone drastic changes. The Johnsons' images and writings provide invaluable information about indigenous customs and rituals as well as the animals and landscapes that have since disappeared. Here, Enright introduces the two adventurers to an audience that may never have heard of them and provides an important appraisal of their work."
Causes Kelly Enright Supports
Martin & Osa Johnson Safari Museum
Wildlife Conservation Society