I'm pleased to share this free screening of Blood Lions at Oxford Brookes University that will take place on 19th October at 7:00pm. In case you don't already know, this investigative documentary will follow the story of a renowned wildlife journalist, Ian Michler, and his 15-year long journey to uncover the truth behind canned lion hunting in South Africa. In his brave and tenacious attempts to re-trace his footsteps, he is confronted with his own emotions about this horrifi
Yep. This post is exactly what it says on the tin. You may have read my recent post where I sent an enquiry to Discount African Hunts about prices for a lion. Well doing so has apparently signed me up to their monthly newsletter and it is just as barbaric as you would imagine. I'm sharing this to show people the extent of the hunting industry within Africa and just how bad the situation is. Firstly let's all take a second to appreciate their tagline"Making Africa Affordable!"
On 31st July, The Independent published this article online, effectively endorsing walking with lions in Zimbabwe. It opens by claiming that "taking a stroll with the king of the jungle might sound like one of the most dangerous activities going - but it's actually part of a revolutionary conservation project." Now we all know by now that absolutely no walking with lions experience benefits lion conservation in any way, and in fact these walks are prepping lions to be tamed f
I'm so pleased that this week my story features in Closer Magazine across the UK! Closer sells around 200,000 copies every week to women aged 25 - 44. Such a great opportunity for the campaign to reach a whole new audience! Check out the double page spread below.