What your donations have done…
[Remember, 100% of your donation goes to help save African wildlife.]
Here’s how you’ve made a difference:
>> SAVED lions from being poisoned by farmers by assisting Marnus and his team at Walking For Lions.
>> HELPED a new Wildlife Center by assisting Baye and her team at Free To Be Wild.
>> ADOPTED an orphaned Vervet Monkey and helping Silke and her team give baby Nikela a chance at living free.
>> BOUGHT t-shirts for less privileged children dancing to save rhino with Sheila and Dance To Be Wild.
>> HELPED purchase thermal imaging cameras for Air Ranger (drone) to deter and apprehend rhino poachers to assist Peter and his team at SPOTS.
>> HELPED build forever home at the African Bird of Prey Sanctuary for a rescued Bearded Vulture that never learned to fly.
>> PAID for 30 local Enviro Club high school students to experience Shannon’s Bird of Prey flight show which included dispelling ancient tribal myths that endanger vultures and owls.
>> ASSISTED Chris with CACH bring rescued lion cubs safely from Spain to their forever home in South Africa.
>> HELPED build a triage and medic center for injured primates at Silke’s Bambelela
>> HELPED give an entire troop of rehabilitated vervet monkeys from Bambelela a second chance at living wild.
>> ASSISTED DAKTARI bush school in educating disadvantaged students about wildlife and their environment.
>> BOUGHT two camera traps to capture leopard movements to determine the number of free roaming leopards.
>> PROVIDED much needed equipment for anti-poaching ranger unit.
>> SUPPORTED filming of rhino poaching documentary (sadly to our knowledge this powerful production was never aired.)
>> ASSISTED with purchase of much needed vehicle for primate rescue center (sadly this center was closed a couple of years after our contribution)
What we’re considering for 2016:
- Increasing our support to protect lions from being killed by farmers by assisting Marnus and his team at Walking For Lions.
- Sponsoring the release of a vervet monkey troop rehabilitated by Silke and her team at Bambelela.
- Catching the littler guys doing good for wildlife and rewarding them on the spot.
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