A small poem on how this monitor sees Zululand Rhino Reserve
03 Feb 2015 | Wildlife ACT
At Zululand Rhino Reserve we monitor to conserve,
we monitor to understand and ultimately to preserve.
From the largest and most robust animals, such as the elephant,
to the smaller,
and definitely most eloquent.
Conservation experiences always include the sunsets and sunrises,
long hot, boring days which can quickly become
filled with unforgettable moments and wonderful surprises.
Taking the time to enjoy the view
is just as important as identifying which rhino is who.
The Zululand Rhino Reserve offers such a variety, from the big fig in the south,
to the mountain aloe of the north.
We help where we are needed,
and hopefully just by experiencing this,
the passion for what we do will be seeded.
Poem by Zoë Luhdo (ZRR, South Africa)
Photographs by Zoë Luhdo and Drew Pollard