Falling In Love With A Black Rhino Calf

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I was lucky enough to meet this beautiful 2 month old black rhino calf the other day at Taronga Western Plains in Dubbo, NSW, Australia. The Taronga Conservation Society is involved in the International Rhinoceros Foundation’s bid to save black … Continued

Saving Elephants with Askari

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I had a fantastic evening last night saving elephants! As part of Animal Works I was helping to raise funds for the The Askari Project. The Askari Project were hosting a fundraiser event in Sydney to raise awareness about the … Continued

School Visit Sydney – Balgowlah

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This week I was invited to visit Balgowlah North Public School. I had such a brilliant time with these impassioned kids. They have been studying sustainability this term and knew all about endangered species and the problems our planet is … Continued

Ivory Trade Ban (Cracking Down on Illegal Ivory)

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Every year in Africa between 30,000-40,000 elephants are poached for their ivory. In 1900 there were 10 million, in 1979 there were 3 million, in 1989 there were 800,000 and now there are only 400,000 elephants left. It doesn’t taken … Continued