Wild animals have a right to live just like humans and they also have a right to live in all habitats that can support them. When you visit a Zoo or an orphanage where many animals have been kept in captivity after being rescued from poachers or any other danger, let it be your duty to support such projects. These projects are helping to preserve what we will all miss in future.
Wild animals that are in captivity help us to study and understand their lives better as we are very close to them. We get to know the danger they underwent before being rescued. Not only should we go there as tourist or researchers we should take it upon ourselves to make their life comfortable when they are released back to the wild. We do this by encouraging more forest plantations to be created. We should also encourage water catchments areas to be protected to help conserve Forests Rivers so that wild life won’t have to die of thirst.
Wild animals in orphanages require a lot of funding to help keep them just like they survive in the jungle. You should also show a lot of respect to those who help to take care of them. These are the wildlife guards who endure a lot of danger and are sometimes shot by the poachers or mauled by the same animals that they look after. When you visit a zoo or an orphanage buy the merchandise on offer. This way you are helping to fund a project and preserving nature and life will reward you greatly.
Dickson is the Chief Tour Guide and one of the Directors of Adventure Africa Expedition, he has traveled in many countries in Africa where he built the spirit of adventure and discovered nature hidden wonders in especially tailored walking trails like in Kisoro in Rwanda and Bwindi in Uganda both for Gorilla tracking. For more information on his work please visit