After studying a BSc in Zoology, I went on to volunteer in South Africa; here I developed my love for African Mammals including the lion, leopard and wild dog. Returning I went on to study a MSc in Endangered species recovery looking to go on to work with African big cats and dogs but I returned to South Africa for research in calculating species density with camera traps. While here my amazing respect for rhinos was born, and I’m returning there to work more closely with volunteers to protect this amazing species. I hope in the future to go on to work in research and study a PhD in Endangered species recovery. But apart from that I love wildlife photography and you can find me on Instagram and Linkedin.
Legal trade of rhino horn may be a substantial method to reduce poaching efforts after poachers have recently targeted a zoo and a number of rhino orphanages. This horrific story hit the headlines on Tuesday […]