For Immediate Release—19-10-2022 MUNU—THE BLIND BLACK RHINO WHO HAS INSPIRED A BREEDING PROGRAM TO PROTECT HIS SPECIES. In late 2018, rangers in South Africa’s Addo Elephant National Park discovered that
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Dehorning Munu The decimation of South Africa’s rhinos continues. Although there are suggestions of a decline in the number of rhinos poached in state-owned parks, these successes are perhaps not
By Shannon Elizabeth This year I have been thinking about what Endangered Species Day means and why it was created. It doesn’t feel like the other “days” we celebrate so
Feeding the Maasai during COVID Some time back, I was contacted by my friend David who is a Maasai warrior and lives with his village in Kenya. He serves as
The Shannon Elizabeth Foundation is proud to partner with Relate Bracelets with this, our first in a series of bracelets. All proceeds from sales go to our various programs and initiatives. The