Spreading the word for endangered species…

Big thanks to Jenny at www.andnow.co.za for spreading the word about the EWT Saddle-billed Stork survey in the Kruger National Park, as well as for featuring some of Dave’s images! Have a look at her informative article, which gives great background to these beautiful, endangered birds: Saddle-billed Stork. While you’re there, she’s included an excellent post on another of our sub-continent‘s struggling species: the African Wild Dog.

Here are two wild dog pics of Dave’s, in case you haven’t had the pleasure of meeting them 🙂

MUDDY WILD DOG - Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve, South Africa

MUDDY WILD DOG - Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve, South Africa

WILD DOG ANTICS - Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve, South Africa

WILD DOG ANTICS - Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve, South Africa

Jenny discovered my post, Saddle-billed Stork Survey, after browsing this blog courtesy of the www.sa-venues.com interview with Dave, so thanks again to them for featuring that!

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2 Responses to Spreading the word for endangered species…

  1. Not only in your area, but back here in the States there is so much work to be done where endangered animals are concerned.

    Keep-up the awesome work you and yours are doing.

    Raven

    • Naomi says:

      Hi Raven,

      Thanks very much for your comments. Although we’ve visited the States briefly, we don’t know that much about your wildlife situation. What species there are under the most immediate pressure?

      Best regards,

      Naomi

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