I'm giving my time and expertise free of charge to help two charities working to beat wildlife crime - the Rhino Revolution rehab centre who are currently saving, treating and releasing pangolins (the world's most illegally trafficked mammal) and Animals Saving Animals who train and deploy anti-poaching dogs on the frontline.
As a conservation photographer I'm donating my time to help tell their stories - and you can help support and share the good work they are doing to create a better world.
EVERY DONATION HELPS and I will split all proceeds from this campaign evenly between both projects. To treat and then return a pangolin to the wild fitted with a tracker so that researchers can protect it, the cost can be in excess of £2,500. The cost for food and veterinary care for each anti-poaching dog in the field is more than £1,000 per year. Please help me exceed my goal so that I can help these incredible teams protect and treat those animals that can't protect themselves against the global wildlife trade.
Rhino Revolution is based in Hoedspruit, South Africa and has built a reputation for successfully caring for orphans of the rhino poaching crisis. I recently photographed their wonderful work preparing orphans to be released back into the wild. Due to the surge in pangolin poaching, the vet team has taken on the responsibility of caring for the few victims of poaching rescued in sting operations and through tip-offs. http://www.rhinorevolution.org/pangolin-rescue
Animals Saving Animals
Animals Saving Animals was founded in July 2016. The team works alongside conservation organisations to assist in the prevention of wildlife crime through providing anti-poaching dogs and training to conservancies and national parks throughout the world. https://www.animalssavinganimals.org/