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Please support the #WildlifeRangerChallenge on 3 October 2020

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Unite to support Africa's wildlife rangers

Wildlife rangers throughout Africa are incredibly brave men and women and they all deserve our support and help as they battle to protect wildlife.

Unfortunately, they are facing severe cuts in salaries their resources.   This means that their families may be destitute – often some rangers won’t see their families for months – and it also means that wildlife may be helpless against poachers.


So what do rangers do?

Rangers undertake varying responsibilities but overall they may:

  • protect and conserve wildlife, habitats, and ecosystems.
  • counter poaching
  • monitor wildlife
  • manage infrastructure
  • control invasive species
  • oversee burning programs
  • provide environmental education
  • maintain community relations.

So what is the Wildlife Ranger Challenge all about?

On October 3rd, 88 teams of wildlife protectors are going to compete in a 21 km race through the varied terrain of their patrol regions.  They will carry their typical 25kg backpack and equipment as they go.

Their aim is to raise awareness and funds for their colleagues who are dedicated to defending wildlife and supporting local communities. 

The Wildlife Ranger Challenge website is the place to go for more information and there are social media streams as well you can follow the event on.

Join a global community of wildlife rangers and their supporters who are running, walking and riding around the world #forwildliferangers. 

Wildlife are depending on all of us.  Please share the event with #forwildliferangers 

It’s not too late to take on the Challenge and to fundraise or donate.

You can donate through Just Giving and GoFundMe (the latter is if you’re in the US and want to make a tax deductible donation).

Every dollar donated will be matched by the Scheinberg Relief Fund, doubling your generous contribution.

Visit the website for the Wildlife Ranger Challenge


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