Joined 12 years ago from South Africa
I have been involved with conservation work since 1998. I have done wildlife rehabilitation, Big 5 guiding(walking & driving), lodge management and farm management. I have been involved with outreach education in farming & local communities. I've done free-flighted bird shows(training & presenting). I have also worked as a professional zookeeper in the UK working with numerous species ranging from owls, storks, reptiles, arachnids, tigers, lions, wolves, wild dogs and more. I was also invoved with their education departments as well as working for Europes first overnight safari lodge.
I am now in the process of developing my own wildlife facility alongside my life partner.
These blogs will be posted there as well as and when I write and publish. This business is a long time coming dream of ours to develop and run a wildlife conservation facility, and to do it right.
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