Work in field
All the practical experiences during the course involves work that needs to be done and with your participation you will contribute.
Our educational programs are targeted at professionals who want to expand their knowledge in wildlife medicine, conservation, animal behavior, and who are motivated to make a change for conservation and improve animal welfare.
Conferences: Our president brings hope for wildlife by hosting conferences in universities and schools around the world.
By showing interest in Africa’s natural treasures, we are showing locals communities the value of their natural heritage and the importance of its protection.
Direct support to local educational projects is achieved by contribution to development and business inceptive throughout the protection of wildlife.
Business & development
We believe the best way to help someone is by giving value to what they have and showing what they can achieve.
Sustainable protection of wildlife is based on the understanding that humans and wildlife must live cohesively on earth.
By bringing value to wildlife in nature we encourage business dealings with locals that will protect the environment. Only when we consider development by protecting nature, will there be hope in the protection of the perfection of mother earth just as it is.
Projects & Research
- Wild Spirit - The Elephant: From Save The Elephants - South Africa. One of our groups (Spanish teachers July 2013) sponsored collaring as part of a conservation and research project, and we are honored it was named Wild Spirit. This is a 30 year old elephant and one of the last big tusker elephants that is still roaming free on Kruger National Park. In the last century poaching and trophy hunting for big tusk elephants is pushing the big tusked gene into extinction. Today, in Southern Africa it’s not easy to find big tuskers or very old elephants, however they have a big role to play in the social structure and survival of herds. We would like to thank Save The Elephants, especially president Michelle in South Africa for the great labor they are doing.
- Wild Spirit - The Cheetah: From De Wild Breeding Center. Thanks to the initiative and determination of one woman, Ann Van Dyck, today the destiny of the cheetah has changed and they are no longer close to extinction in Southern Africa. Wild Spirit is one of the cheetah cubs who is only a few months old. She is happy with her mum and is one more hope for her species.