Student Helps With African Wildlife Conservation

n-2015-baldwin-africaFrom: Youth 4 African Wildlife (Johannesburg, South Africa) –

Knox student Victoria Baldwin is interning with Youth 4 African Wildlife. She describes a recent field trip to apply tracking collars on elephants:

A couple days ago we had the privilege of accompanying Elephants Alive and some of the rangers of Sefapane Lodge in collaring three elephants in their 20s from the Cleveland Reserve. (Rangers) work round the clock to track and protect the animals in their reserve, and poaching is only increasing…

People like you and me need to educate ourselves, spread awareness, donate appropriately, and most importantly push our politicians to ask Africa’s states to pass harder legislation laws and control their poaching problem… Read more… Also reported by Africa GeographicBios for Victoria and other Youth 4 African Wildlife staff…