Monthly Archives: August 2015

Ian Johnson – Guest Blogger

Ian Johnson is the CEO of Mokolodi Wildlife Foundation. Now that all the furore about the death of a lion in Zimbabwe has died down somewhat, this seemsĀ a good time to publish Ian’s piece. Over the past few weeks I … Continue reading

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Is Hi-Tech The Answer?

It can be. It could be. But recent approaches to the problem are, to my mind, verging on the bizarre. Rhino are being wiped out at an alarming rate, something all of us are totally aware of and are continually … Continue reading

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Thandi and her Guardian Angel

Dr. William Fowlds is an inspiration. He’s a wildlife veterinarian of great compassion and skill. A man amongst men who has dedicated his life to looking after wildlife in distress, usually from man’s inhumanity. This is a short film about … Continue reading

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Let There Be Love (Don Clarke)

I am privileged to consider Don Clarke as one of my friends, not only is he an accomplished and straight-talking writer, he has considerable musical talent to boot. He wrote this song about 15 years ago, has resurrected it and … Continue reading

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The Last Elephant

This was written by a friend of mine: Lucy Machado, who has a group on FB, Awesome Elephants. (https://www.facebook.com/groups/333073996742638/) She asked specifically that I post it as-is, so here it is. Thanks, Lucy.

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