Knox & Leo arrive in Kenya at Ol Pejeta Conservancy
After nine months of training we are pleased to inform our followers that Anti Poaching Dogs Knox & Leo have safely arrived in Kenya three days ago and are now at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy Kenya where they have just been teamed with their new handlers and after handler training will then be deployed to Mozambique in the Niassa Reserve.
'Vaala' The protector has just arrived in Zimbabwe
Vaala has just left Italy where she was stage one trained by Amanda Atkins to begin her stage two training with A.S.A in Save Valley conservancy under the ownership of the Environmental stewardship trust where she will eventually become part of a mobile unit protecting conservancies and parks within Zimbabwe. She has been sponsored by the Real Africa Trust and will be operational in a years time.
A.S.A to feature in BBC1 Documentary on the 20th March at 7.30pm 'Insideout'
After 9 months of filming following the progress of three anti-poaching brothers Rogue,Bo & Polaris were pleased to announce the documentary will be aired on the 20th march at 7.30pm on the BBC1 'Insideout' programme
'Leo & Knox' to be deployed to Mozambique
After several months of training ASA is pleased to announce Leo and Knox will be deployed to Mozambique this month to commence their stage two training. They will be spending a month at the Ol Pejeta conservancy where the two new Rangers for the dogs will receive a two week Handler course. Following on from that both dogs and handlers will be heading off for a new life in the Niassa National Park under the direction of Fauna & Flora Int. Updates to follow!
A.S.A to attend the Hatfield Game Fair
We have been invited by the event organizers at the Hatfield Game fair to attend and give presentations to the public regarding the anti poaching work we do and about the poaching problem currently faced by African conservancies. We will also have a stand at the show so come along and meet Animals saving Animals from the 28-30th July