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Stop the Killing of Lions, with Something as Simple as a Light

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Retaliatory killing of lions is one of the leading causes of their decline. Lights are a simple solution to preventing these deaths The death of Cecil the lion is just one more devastating reminder of the dangers facing one of the most iconic and majestic creatures in the wild. With the heartbreak of his death though, comes […]

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Walking for Lions to Save Them

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Follow Marnus and his team as they strive to protect the lions For the past few years, Walking for Lions has conducted campaigns in the form of fundraisers, which help to raise global awareness about the dangers lions face, as well as raising money to help combat some of these dangers. Past Campaigns In 2013, […]

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Walking for Lions to Save Them

Walking for Lions Marnus Roodbol

Follow Marnus and his team as they strive to protect the lions Walking for Lions is the voice for all the lions in Africa, raising awareness about the sufferings they endure, and how to prevent them, in order to save the species from their foreseeable dim future. Lights up Botswana The team attempts to achieve […]

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Walking for Lions to Save Them

Walking for Lions Marnus Roodbol

Follow Marnus and his team as they strive to protect the lions Over the past 50 years, there has been a dramatic decrease in the lion population, falling from 200,000 to just 15,000 in Africa. Lions are already extinct in 25 African nations, with only 14 African countries still habituated by this species. Conservationists estimate the […]

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Last of the Lion Chasers? Scary Implications!!

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Revelations while stalking Lion in Botswana. I can’t believe we are actually here. The Kalahari Desert is one of the rawest areas of Southern Africa to experience the bush and see wildlife. For years I have dreamed of going deep into this remote region where herds of wildlife roam the landscape and the only access […]

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Is UnWilding Africa Following America?

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Pushing out nature to advance civilization is not new so is unwilding Africa simply following what happened in America? “Bam!” He drops! The last Waterbuck lies dead in the dry grass. Tears roll down her cheeks, “I’m so sorry. I’m so sorry I couldn’t protect you!” Again and Again… Over the past seven years this […]

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To: The Nikela Nation

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My dear friends and fellow revolutionaries! You may have noticed we are going through some changes right now with our twitter account. Don’t be alarmed, we aren’t going to stop our efforts. In fact, we are becoming stronger with each day as you continue to support and sustain us in this fight for Wildlife Conservation. […]

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Lucky Leopards: Funds, Traps, Collars & Cameras

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Imagine two 300 pound leopards in the wilds of Africa needing radio tracking collars. How do you start…  “Here kitty kitty”? Africa’s Crocodile Dundee, Dairen Simpson, a world class wildlife capture specialist will use calls to track and catch these two wild cats for the ‘Leopard Research’ Project Nikela supports in South Africa.   However, before […]

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