One of our goals is to educate North Americans about programs that protect and
preserve Africa’s wildlife and habitat. Our ECO-AFRICA program provides
information and experiences around both natures and man-made ecological
concerns, focusing on implementing conservation practices for both endangered
and indigenous wildlife and their eco-system. We also ask our participants to
explore for possible solutions and conservation strategies.
We partner with a local program in South Africa and utilize programs in
Botswana and Zambia so as to offer the best in eco-education.
Our training courses allow participants to engage in the day-to-day, hands-on
processes of maintaining and caring for African biodiversity, flora & fauna.
Big Cat Program – allows participants to learn about the breeding and habitat of
the major African cats.
Elephant Ed Program – allows participants to learn about the breeding and
habitat of the African Elephant.
Ranger Program – 101 basics of most African animal, breeding, habitat, tracking,
eco-system and maintenance.
[All photos taken by Anir participants]