If the coronavirus pandemic has illustrated anything, it is that all sentient beings are inherently connected and that going forward each of us has to play a powerful role in ensuring that not just our wildlife but our wild spaces are protected. The conservation of our wilderness areas is now no longer a moral issue for conservationists to tackle; but a deadly threat to humanity that requires us to make swift changes in our attitudes and thinking.
With the onset of the Coronavirus in Africa, there has been a significant increase in poaching – either to provide food for hungry families or for illegal sales.
The time is now and we need your help – it’s time to ROAR! Become a wildlife advocate and join our #TimetoROARcampaign.
To join us:
1. Visit roarafrica.com/timetoroar
2. Share the #TimeToROAR video to your Instagram or Facebook feed explaining why saving the wild is important to you
3. Include #TimetoROAR in the caption
4. Follow @roarafrica to stay informed
You will stand the chance of winning a 4-night safari for two at Great Plains Conservation Camps in Botswana, with spectacular wildlife viewing across almost 400,000 acres of breathtaking wilderness. #TimetoROAR