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For the Love of Wildlife Kindle Edition
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Biography of Namibian family who turned a cattle farm in to a world renowned wildlife sanctuary supported by celebrities like Angelina Jolie.
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Required reading for rehabbers16 August 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
In light of all the recent news about animal maulings at exotic animal care centers, this book breaks through that myopic view and goes behind the scenes into the very real lives of those who have chosen to take the risk and welcome it as a challenge and means to provide assistance to another species. This is a very real book about what it takes to care and rehabilitate wild animals from those that provide that service.
Wonderful story6 February 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
One of the books you do not want to put away. Great read for enthusiasts of animals and their rescue.
J H Cox
A great read for all who love wildlife and Africa!21 April 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
What a pleasure to read a story about wildlife rehabiliation written by authors who really know what they are talking about. I have worked in animal welfare for over 20 years, including at Director level for the World Society for the Protection of Animals and as co-founder of World Animal Net, and I can thoroughly recommend this book to anybody else who - like me - loves Africa and its wildlife. The trials and tribulations of running a wildlife sanctuary are honestly and successfuly presented within an interesting and enlightening historical case study - which is as gripping as any novel. The authors established their own successful rehabilitation centre in the Kalahari, which I had the pleasure to visit. They know and understand their subject, and are totally dedicated to the wlldlife cause ... so much so that the proceeds for selling this book are being put towards the Campaign Against Canned Hunting, which they now run. So: You buy and enjoy a book; The money goes to help ban canned hunting. How 'win-win' is that?!
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