To educate and enthuse all generations in the local community about wildlife, its importance and conservation.

It started with an...Impala!

I have been a wildlife enthusiast, some would say obsessive, since I had the good fortune to visit Kruger National Park when I was twelve. The two-and-a-half days I spent in the Park were part of a school trip whilst living in South Africa. I still have fond, vivid memories of the experience,

which included bumping into a male Impala in the camp. There was less than two-meters between us and, being only 12 years-old, it was easily as tall as I was. Even though it was well armed with impressive horns, I can’t remember feeling scared. What I do remember was the

buzz of excitement which, I like to think, may have been the trigger for my love of wildlife. I remain very passionate about wildlife and get a real kick out of talking to people about it.

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