Wildlife Documentary, Ashley Van Tol, Human Society of the United States, and volunteers in Nikela News.
Un-named Wildlife Documentary (Tagline: The Inner Core of the Ivory War)
Several weeks back I received an email from film maker Ryan Davy asking if Nikela could help via providing information about rhino poaching. Since then we’ve virtually accompanied Ryan into the bush, confronted a charging rhino, stepped into the dark world of the trafficking lords, and narrowly escaped being tossed into jail.
As we speak the movie is being filmed and Nikela has been given exclusive rights to share Ryan’s notes, photos and video clips. In a few days we’ll have the first available so you too can catch a glimpse of a sinister world hidden from our sight.
Those choosing to donate to makings of this documentary will be mentioned in the movie credits and get special access to deleted scenes, extra footage and bloopers.
Welcome Ashley Van Tol to the Nikela Board of Directors
Ashley brings valuable experience in online fundraising to Nikela. She has worked on projects for the National Wildlife Foundation as well as Lymenaide. Currently she is strategizing how to use the the First Giving platform most effectively for Nikela. We’re so glad she consented to contribute her expertise, creativity and passion to help protect African wildlife and inspire others to do the same.
Volunteers Make it Happen
Blog posts, Twitter conversations, graphics, social media strategies, you name it and our faithful volunteers make it happen. Many thanks to Michael Shreeve who recently started Maven and has spent countless hours devoted to Nikela’s social media marketing. Then there’s Niki and Danielle who research and write our Meatless Monday Recipe and Favorite Wildlife Friday posts. Many thanks!
We are in need of some more summer assistance… Wild Holidays and Look Who’s into Rhino. Check it out to see if this sounds fun for you.
The Human Society of the United States Takes a Stand!
We are pleased to announce that the HSUS has joined the fight against canned (captive) hunting. A recent investigation uncovers that it’s not just an African issue.
This video is very tastefully done… Thank you HSUS.