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I refer to this article posted here by another member -
It is highly unlikely that the guilty parties behind this heinous act will ever face any kind of justice. At the very worst they will receive a 'Smack on the Wrist'. In light of this, I therefore call on all members to join in a boycott of the 'Lekkeslaap Mountain Bush View Lodge' in the Waterberg, Limpopo Province of South Africa. Inform all your family members and friends of what these - I hesitate to call them people - have done, and that they should avoid going and spending any time/money there.
My other suggestion is that we start a petition, addressed to the local authority, insisting that they take whatever punitive action necessary to make sure that the perpetrators are brought to proper justice, and their establishment be closed down.
The property is Mountain View Bush Lodge, address Grootfontein 589 LQ, Waterberg. Combination game farm and tourist lodge. The owner promptly took down the website as this was made public.
The lodge is still on Lekkeslaap tourism site. https://www.lekkeslaap.co.za/accommodation/mountain-view-bush-lodge
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So I'm 19, from Ireland. I've been interested in becoming an anti-poaching ranger/operator for a while, specifically working around Rhinos. Every place I look they prefer military vets, looks like a scam, stuff like that. Is it possible in any way shape or form that I would be able to become an ranger? I understand I'd need to be trained I'm not delusional. I know it's a shitshow with really bad pay. But is there somewhere I can train for this and actually get a job as a ranger? I know the chances are slim to none since I'm an outsider. It's not a fantasy to me I genuinely want to work with people like this. Cheers for any replies.
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I'm working on a college assignment about the critical issue of poaching and its impact on our planet's precious wildlife. I need interviews with experts, activists, and wildlife enthusiasts to gain valuable insights.
-Are you passionate about wildlife conservation? -Do you have knowledge or experiences related to poaching? -Want to share your thoughts on saving endangered species?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, I'd love to hear from you! Thanks.
On my way out of the US Army I have been looking into anti poaching and I find it tough to find ways to get in. Can I join as a American? I have a decent amount of experience and qualifications but I am unsure what the best company to apply for is. I don't care about money but would like to get paid. I don't know anyone who has done thins so I have found a tough time finding information.