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Renee was well prepared with resources and materials. She is energetic, funny and super knowledgeable. Students were able to touch fungus samples and rotate through well-designed stations to enhance their learning.
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Everything you do comes from your heart and the kids can feel that. Every detail of your lessons was planned with intention and purpose. The kids took so much from the time you spent with them and I still have Avryanne singing the "We need the oceans" daily to herself.
Being a P. Lions are the Kings and Queens, their power, grace and autonomy is iconic and symbolic to the wildlife. Together with PAL we can really give lions the loudest roar, enabling them to roam the earth freely once again. I am honored to be a part of the P. L family and to have the platform to positively influence those around me by generating awareness about something that people around us actually know very little about.
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Many people do not think of the environment or outdoors this way but every single thing out there plays some sort of role in the ecosystem, from a small grain of sand to an elephant! One species that plays a huge role in controlling things out there are lions! They play a key role in the food chain by helping to control the herbivore population preventing over population which could cause some species to go extinct and thus reduce biodiversity.
We are struggling to protect our rhinos because we acted too late, surely we must now have the foresight to not make the same mistake with our lions.thefirebrandpress.com/includes/genesee/43-vuelve-despues-para.php
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The African Lion, a universal symbol of strength and pride, is an irreplaceable member of our planet. I strongly support PAL in their fight to preserve the integrity and majesty of the African jungle by protecting its king. My time in Africa photographing these majestic animals are some of my most cherished memories. I feel extremely privileged to have been given the opportunity to witness them in their natural habitat, free from human interference.
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I believe that the preservation and protection of a keystone species, such as the African lion is of paramount importance in ensuring their future. My hope is that my photographs convey the beauty, power, and resplendence that these animals possess and that viewers are inspired to join in the fight to protect them.
Ask anyone to name animals that symbolize Africa. I bet that lions will top their list — and with reason. Lions are majestic, proud and incredibly beautiful. As a child, I was hypnotized every time I saw one. As a mother of three little girls, I want to do what I can to ensure that our children all have the same privilege. That is why I am a huge supporter of Protecting African Lions. Lions, among many other animals in South Africa, are highly endangered. So I would like to do my part in protecting the powerful species through this foundation which will hopefully educate and empower others to do the same.
Since my first visit to South Africa I have been thrilled by this country, the people, the scenery and especially the wildlife. Since then I have been visiting Africa regularly to live out my passion for wildlife photography and to bring people closer to the beauty of nature. At the same time I want to draw attention to the dark side of the developments that affect many species. Especially the fate of the lions, the pride of Afrika, whether in freedom or captivity, for the abuse as trophy or medicine, affects me.
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For me lions are the "ambassador" species for what's happening to wildlife. But despite everything, I hope, we can make our contribution to the amazing world where we live. I am proud to be part of PAL to do something meaningful of what we are passionate about. Born in Zimbabwe and growing up close to nature I have always had a special place in my heart for all wild animals.