AFRICAN CONSERVATION

AFRICAN CONSERVATION

 

Can you imagine a world without lions, Leopards, or Cheetahs…

Can you imagine a world without Gorillas…..

Can you imagine a world without Elephants, Zebras and Giraffes….

Well, I certainly can’t, and I would hate it if OUR future generations only knew these animals through picture books, films and the internet, instead of roaming free in the wilderness that is Africa.

Many more animals roam the African Plains and many other countries that are being wiped out by the hand of man.

THIS HAS TO CHANGE NOW, BEFORE IT IS ALL GONE!

UNFORTUNATELY, THIS IS NO EXAGGERATION, THIS IS HAPPENING RIGHT NOW!!

Poaching is an overwhelming problem in Africa as the demand for Elephant Tusk is huge in China.

There is also a demand for skins and bush meat, and habitat conflict between man and wildlife.

Such an alarming problem, so what can we do? If we can donate direct to these conservation funds or donate through purchasing my fine art prints, then these funds can be used to set up Anti poaching stations with staff, equipment, vehicles, tracker dogs, training of rangers, education of the local community etc, so that we can put a stop to this problem.

Nick Brandt with Big Life Foundation, the IGCP founded by Sir David Attenborough, WWF, AWF, and Tusk are just a few of the current NGO organizations that are proof that if we all work together, WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!

So please, act now. Lets all help change the destiny of these magnificent animals that are as deserving of life as we are.

‘Tend each individual tree, and when you stand back, you’ll have a forest.’

Thanking you in advance.

PS To date, Sam Clark Photography has raised $200 GBP for Big Life Foundation and is currently funding for the Gorilla Conservation I.G.C.P

No, it may not sound like much, but remember…I’m only one tree!

 

Sam

 

 

Cheetah, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, East Africa
Cheetah, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, East Africa

7 Responses

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  2. Thank you so much for your comment! By all means share. The more people we get in our ‘forest’, the better.
    Kind regards,
    Sam

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