This week at Amakhala, we release Lightfoot the male cheetah onto the reserve and help launch a new initiative to help the local community manage an HIV and AIDS epidemic.
Tag: game reserve
Reflecting on a gentle nature
Lately, I have found myself in a reflective state of mind. Reflecting on my work, my goals, the small successes of the campaigns I’ve joined
What’s it like to work at a game reserve in South Africa?
Volunteering report: Shamwari Game Reserve & Born Free Foundation’s big cat sanctuaries Before there was blogging… Or perhaps at least before sites such as WordPress
World of Wildlife Art Exhibition: In support of elephants
Shifting its weight from one foot to another, the beautiful, gentle giant is like the bulkiest, heaviest dancer you’ve ever seen. But it’s not dancing.
Be the one traveler, long I stood
I believe in journeys. I believe in journeys because they bring change and challenge and movement. Journeys bring progress. They bring knowledge and hunger and
A lifelong love of animals
After a busy few weeks in the grips of Summer holidays and mid summer magazine deadlines, I’ve accidentally found myself re-visiting where my passions and
I suppose it all starts with zoos…
Bright green eyes stare out from a neatly tangled criss-cross of metal. Green metal. Green like grass, leaves, trees. The view is skewed from those
Guest post on Scarphelia – passing on the volunteer spirit
Last week I wrote a guest blog post for an amazing lifestyle and philosophy blog I follow, called Scarphelia. As it’s in keeping with the
Designing my own Go Go Gorilla for Shamwari Game Reserve
I mentioned on my last blog that I would be designing my own mini Go Go Gorilla to send out to Shamwari Game Reserve’s Julie
Don’t Go Go Gorilla – Stay!!
So, I’ve been caught up the last few months with finishing uni with a 1st (hoorah!), publishing my last issue of BlueMoon magazine and blogging