Lion numbers are declining so rapidly that they could be extinct by 2020. Retaliatory killings by humans is one of the leading causes of their deaths. Walking For Lions is using simple, yet innovative ways to protect them, and you can help.
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Time is of the essence! Did you know that every 11 hours a rhino is brutally killed for its horns in South Africa? Countless calves are lost when their mothers die. With only a few thousand of these beasts left… you can do the math
In South Africa many vervet monkeys are left orphaned. Silke is a rescue/rehab expert. She raises these babies, forms entire troops and gives them a second chance to live free.
South Africa has over 80 raptor species (birds of prey) many endemic to the region, many at high risk due to habitat loss and humand-raptor conflicts. Shannon and her husband Ben are a powerful duo on a mission to preserve Africa’s birds of prey. Ben the rescue and rehabilitation expert, while Shannon an expert falconer […]
Traditional anti-poaching measures are no longer effective. A thermal imaging camera mounted on an UAV can spot poachers before they kill a rhino or other endangered African wildlife species.
Campaign Completed… Thanks for your help