Killing the Shepherd™

"A must see for anyone interested in wildlife conservation."
 
-Adam Hart, Univ. of Gloucester professor/BBC presenter

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Our Initiatives

  • Indigenous filmmaking.

  • Scientific research.

  • Rural woman’s empowerment (jobs, soft loans & education funding).

  • Anti-poaching programs.

  • Education (films in schools, legislative/political education, natural history museum partnerships, social media campaigns). 

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Our Mission

Western society's disconnect with nature has resulted in human encroachment that is destroying wild places and the creatures who live in them. Shepherds of Wildlife Society is a collective of world-renowned wildlife filmmakers, photographers, conservationists, and sports enthusiasts who possess the talent, knowledge and experience to uniquely communicate the impact humanity has on animals and wildlife habitats.

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ADVOCATE FIELD NOTES

Stay up-to-date on the latest efforts of Shepherds of Wildlife Society to educate the public about the importance of modern wildlife conservation practices through educational videos and mainstream films.

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You can help.

There are at least three ways you can support us in our mission of educating the public about the need for modern wildlife conservation:

Watch our videos, share our content, and join our efforts!

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Who We Are

Every Shepherds of Wildlife Fellow demonstrates a deep commitment to modern wildlife conservation practices through their unique storytelling talents.

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CHECK OUT OUR MAINSTREAM FILMS

As creators of powerful public-influencing visual media, we're in a unique position to produce educational materials that have worldwide influence and impact.

Killing the Shepherd™ is our most recent mainstream film project telling the story of the positive relationship animals and indigenous communities share. Told from the point of view of the Tsoli people of Zambia, this film has won major awards in film festivals around the world.

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