...Advocates work to Save Zambia's Wildlife. Rachel McRobb formed Conservation South Luangwa (Africa) the area’s largest non-profit anti-poaching and community conservation organisation ten years ago. "I am one of those lucky people in life who finds fulfilment just being in wild places surrounded by wildlife,” says Rachel McRobb. “The possibility of losing this in Zambia … Continue reading Snaring is wildlife’s silent killer which quietly kills thousands of animals in and around Africa’s National Parks
When I think of compassionate conservation several well known conservationists, scientists, and psychologists come to mind. On a scale one to ten Dr. Jane Goodall, Joy Adamson, Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna, and Marc Bekoff Ph.D all rate in the top ten for their compassionate ideals and work regarding wild Animals. I believe that it is … Continue reading Compassionate Conservation
Cecil was never a trophy to be mounted on a wall. Cecil was the head of a pride of lions living in Africa. Lions live in extended family groups called a pride. Wild wolves live in large extended families called packs. Wolves and lions are large carnivores. Mankind needs both of these large carnivores to … Continue reading Death of Cecil, Will Mankind Get the Bigger Picture Before it’s too Late?