SAVING ANIMALS THROUGH EDUCATION
Western society's disconnect with nature has resulted in a limited understanding of how human encroachment is destroying wild places and the creatures who live in them.
Shepherds of Wildlife Society is a collective of world-renowned wildlife filmmakers, photographers, sportsmen and women, and conservationists who possess the talent, knowledge and experience to uniquely communicate the impact humanity has on animals and wildlife habitats. They are storytellers on a mission to educate others about the pressing need for modern wildlife conservation measures.
SAVE AN ANIMAL!
Be part of the solution.
Each snare bracelet represents one animal saved in the wild.
These handmade bracelets are made from real poachers' snares confiscated in Zambia's Luano GMA by game scouts working for Makasa Safaris. They're handmade by women of the Soli tribe. Each bracelet is a unique creation that comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Proceeds empower the artisans and help pay for wildlife and habitat education programs for children and the broader public.
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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 current 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, we plan to enter the film in major film festivals around the world.
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