Happy Holidays from the wildlife to all who love ‘em, protect ‘em, save ‘em and conserve ‘em! Seasons Greetings from Nikela and those you’ve helped this year… Karin and her monkeys (vervets and baboons) Anton and his leopards Shannon and her falcons and African birds of prey Silke and her vervet babies Ian who teaches
Fairy Glen Rhino dehorned by poachers are being exploited by Pieter de Jager claims National Geographic freelance photographer Cheryl-Samantha Owen. A little over a week ago two rhino survived the brutal removal of their horns by poachers. Game reserve owner Pieter de Jager was devastated by the attack and the awful state his two rhino,
We are fast approaching the second holiday of the year where the US consumes millions of turkeys, not to mention the pigs killed for the honey glazed hams served up on dinner tables across the country. We are outraged by the Chinese eating and using wildlife products, what about the US and the consumption of
Endangered black rhino and other African rhino killed for their horns and illegaly traded and trafficked to China. What I read today in Jessica Hatcher’s article this morning made me cry! As you may know the rhino is in serious trouble, it is fighting to survive as a species. Just look at the statistics: From
Part 3 in Series on Animal Poaching. What’s at the heart of animal poaching? Three experts’ opinions: local bushmeat, rhino horn trade, trophy and canned/captive hunting, illegal wildlife trafficking, organized crime. What’s at the Root of Africa’s Wildlife Loss? This is the third in our Series on addressing the serious topic of poaching in Africa.
Karin Saks, Baboon Woman rescues primates in South Africa, vervets. Neighbors and rehab professionals alike bring injured and orphaned baboons and vervet monkeys to Karin’s primate center. Enjoy these great photos of some of the monkeys that are currently in her care: Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to