Karl Ammann is a wildlife photographer, conservationist and leader fighting against the bushmeat crisis in Africa. His website contains a wealth of information and links as well as a photo gallery showing the gruesome reality of the bushmeat industry and its victims.
The Jane Goodall Institute - check out what the leading lady of peace is doing to help educate youths around the world. The ROOTS & SHOOTS program teaches the importance of caring about the future of our planet. Find out how you can get involved too!
The Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage in central Zambia, founded in 1983 by David and Sheila Siddle. A non-profit refuge with over 1000 acres of free-range enclosures. They have dedicated their lives to care for a wide variety of sick, wounded or unwanted animals, including nearly 80 chimpanzees - many who are victims of the bushmeat crisis.
BUSHMEAT CRISIS TASK FORCE -- Founded in 1999, this group represent the heart of conservation organizations and scientists who are dedicated to finding a end to the bushmeat crisis.
Terry Wieland, international best selling author, fire-arm expert, historian, shooting editor for Gray's Sporting Journal, war correspondent and free lance journalist. Terry Wieland knows Africa in an intimate way as a conservationist and hunter. Here you can order books and read about Terry Wieland's work, including his biography of Robert Ruark - A VIEW FROM A TALL HILL: ROBERT RUARK IN AFRICA.
Express yourself and purchase gifts to help promote animal awareness from this great site.