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Become an Activist
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Get the Movie
If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the documentary– please visit the following sites:
Download Blood Lions: http://wildlifeconservationchannel.com/blood-lions-2/
South Africa: http://www.takealot.com/
Shop PBS: http://www.shoppbs.org/
Breeding & Canned Hunting
If you believe that predator breeding and canned hunting should be stopped, let the government know. If you believe that predator breeding and canned hunting is damaging Brand South Africa let the Tourism authorities know. If you are an ethical hunter and believe that predator breeding and canned hunting is ruining South Africa’s reputation, let PHASA (Professional Hunters Association of South Africa) know.
Volunteering with Wildlife
If you believe the predator breeding farms and other facilities are scamming foreign and local volunteers, let the government know. If you believe the way volunteer agencies and the lion farms market themselves is a conservation con, let SA Tourism know. Visit our FAQs page for more information.
Support Legitimate Conservation Projects
Volunteer and experience real wildlife conservation in Africa with Wildlife ACT. Wildlife ACT is a non profit organisation that helps enable and inform effective conservation management of wildlife through professional and strategic monitoring and research. If you are interested in volunteering with Wildlife ACT, visit their website or email them using the links below.
Pledge your Support
Join the leaders in travel and tourism and pledge your support to end cub petting and wildlife interaction in South Africa. This pledge has become a central part of what we are all trying to achieve, and the Born to Live Wild pledge recognizes those safari and tourism operators that have committed to actively becoming involved in being part of the solution.
Lion Bone Trade
If you are concerned about South Africa offering its wild lion populations less protection, let the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) know. If you are concerned that the lion bone trade promotes demand that will lead to increased pressure on wild lion populations, let CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of wild fauna and flora) know.