One would think that if you are born in Africa you will see these animals are on daily basis my first lion sighting was when I was years old now.
I've got three children aged to, and they haven't seen lions in the wild, and that alone explains. How much these animals are going through in terms of losing their land the greatest danger to the lion population in Africa is definitely the human impact land is a very big issue in Africa today, and that stems from the colonial years, and people are now wanting to be a part of the greater scenario, and there's a conflict between conservationists to a degree, and people that live on the outskirts of game parks, and nature reserves its wildlife moving on to communal areas moving on to farms taking domestic stock, and sometimes even taking a human beings, and that makes people angry to a certain degree in Africa, and it's a case of anything-goes poison are powered rifles.
Chapman snares anything you can think of controlling or killing animals is used to kill life. I've been studying lines in Africa for must thirty years through my conservation, and wildlife work we saw a herd of sable antelope that were unaware that the Lions were in the area, and again our guide said you miss just wait, and see what happens but it was obvious at that quarter, and just by the sound the whole crowd of was feeding on one what we presume was a very small very young antelope Lions are actually hold an important niche in the wild by controlling population of their prey species if you take out any of the animals for example in this case lines the whole ecosystem is affected to a certain stage that even the prey species of the land's will end up also dying, and as a result other animal species they might go into extinction as well when I saw my first lines in the world my eyes were filled with tears of joy, and excitement it really touched me that.
I told myself that one day I'll be involved with wildlife Lions are dominant part of the African psychology these animals they used to roam freely throughout Africa but now they've been pushed into small pockets of land dotted throughout the continent conservation organizations are now in the process of trying to work out a solution we'll have to benefit from wildlife to protected the case of education educating people for the value of having wildlife on their properties the value of tourism instead of short-term gain looking at the long-term solution you can actually contribute in helping to conserve African lions by coming down near to Africa, and participate in wildlife activities the proceeds they basically go back into wildlife conservation to organizations that are in Africa that are working tirelessly in conserving odd animal species including life the way forward is conservation.