Interviews: Michael Fay's 15-Month African Flyover NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Mike Fay, an explorer and biologist for the Wildlife Conservation Society, who spent 15 months flying in a small plane across Africa and recording environmental data.
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Interviews: Michael Fay's 15-Month African Flyover

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Interviews: Michael Fay's 15-Month African Flyover

Interviews: Michael Fay's 15-Month African Flyover

Interviews: Michael Fay's 15-Month African Flyover

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Mike Fay, an explorer and biologist for the Wildlife Conservation Society, who spent 15 months flying in a small plane across Africa and recording environmental data.

Michael Fay, right, and his co-pilot for the African aerial survey, Austrian Peter Ragg. National Geographic Society hide caption

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