While in Kenya at The Ol Pejeta Conservancy on assignment for United for Wildlife, we filmed a short piece that is cinematic and very visual – our hope is that no matter what language you speak or where you live, the message still rings clear: with the current rate of poaching and habitat loss, our grandchildren may not experience wildlife in a natural environment, the way we’ve been able to, the way you can today. This is cause enough to stand and make a change, to leave a lasting legacy for our future generations.
Big thanks to Matthew Tuna in the film, he is 11 years old and lives on the outskirts of this conservancy in a small village. To the Writer of the original idea – Andrew Gibbs – thanks for pushing us to film this. We also want to thank Gareth Wharton at Juice Audio for providing the soundtrack.
To learn more about the issues facing our rhino and what is being done to protect and save the species from extinction, check out UfW’s Ranger TV where you will find more videos like this. It is an amazing initiative and platform.