A Blog by Lori Robinson

A Blog by Lori Robinson

The least we can do is speak out for the wild animals and wild places that cannot speak for themselves.
Connect to Like-Hearted Animal Lovers

Connect to Like-Hearted Animal Lovers

Never doubt that a group of passionate, committed individuals can change the world. It is the only thing that ever has.      
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Animal Conservation Programs

Animal Conservation Programs

We have three programs – all with the goal of connecting People to Animals, Africa and Wildness for the benefit of all.    Inspire Animal Heroes: In Tanzania, Kenya and Zimbabwe we support and foster kids to become animal heroes to protect animals. We do this by sending children in Africa,...
Plastic Clean Up Program

Plastic Clean Up Program

Join us in ridding Africa of Plastic litter and saving animals who otherwise die from entanglement or ingesting plastic.
Latest entries
Saving Wildlife Couldn't be Easier

Saving Wildlife Couldn’t be Easier

If you are interested in Saving Wildlife and you use Amazon, you will love this. This is so easy. So transformative. And so appreciated, that I hope you will do it.  EVERYTIME you shop at Amazon your purchases can be saving wildlife.  How?   It’s this simple: Amazon will automatically give a small percentage of...
How Whales and Wolves Help Save the Earth

How Whales and Wolves Help Save the Earth

You’ve heard it a zillion times: It’s up to us. The future of wild places and wild animals depends on our desire and ability to save them. But it turns out we could have a lot of help from surprising places – the animals themselves. Scientists are discovering multiple ways in which animals, especially ones at...
Jane Goodall's Seeds of Hope

Jane Goodall’s Seeds of Hope

Jane Goodall says she wrote her latest book, Seeds of Hope, because the plants wanted her to write about them.   “The plants, says Dr. Goodall, “wanted me to fully acknowledge their importance in human history, their amazing powers of healing, the nourishment they provide, their ability to harm if we misuse them, and ultimately,...
Why Saving Wild Matters

Why Saving Wild Matters

I’ve changed the name of this blog from Africa Inside to Saving Wild. I hope you like it because it better describes what we are doing here. Watch this beautiful and potent reminder of why we are Saving Wild:   Join others who are passionate about Saving Wild:  
How to be Everyday Gandhis

How to be Everyday Gandhis

You are Gandhi. All of us are. We have loving, caring hearts and a mind that can make decisions for the good of all. That combination is powerful. We wake up each day with a new opportunity. We get to decide whether we are going to act from our heart today. Whether we will channel...
Trade in Rhino Horn on the Decline

Trade in Rhino Horn on the Decline

A story published by The Guardian states that rhino horn is in less demand. This news comes at a time when rhinos have reached the ‘tipping point’ – when rhino numbers are declining from poaching faster than rhino are reproducing. “A poll conducted by Nielsen for the Humane Society International (HSI) and the Vietnam Convention...
Palm Oil Free Halloween Candy

Palm Oil Free Halloween Candy

Help Wildlife by buying only palm oil free Halloween candy. I’ve made it super simple for you. Here is my second annual list of palm oil free candy. I’ve chosen the easy to find, popular candies so you can effortlessly use your purchasing power to show you care. I have also listed alternatives to candy...
What is Sustainable Palm Oil?

What is Sustainable Palm Oil?

You probably don’t realize this.  But when you grab a protein bar, butter your toast, or do the laundry, you are likely contributing to the destruction of the most bio-diverse rainforests in the world. Because of one ingredient: Palm Oil. But don’t feel bad that you didn’t know this. Most people in America are unaware...
101 Kruger Tales

101 Kruger Tales

Now this looks like a fun Africa book. Having only just been published in June, I doubt you’ve read 101 Kruger Tales  yet. I haven’t. That’s why I’ve decided rather than keep you waiting for my review, I’m going to share what Roxanne Reid, author and sister Africa blogger, had to say about 101 Kruger Tales. Based...
COVE SLAUGHTER SEASON IS OPEN

COVE SLAUGHTER SEASON IS OPEN

The  annual  hunt of dolphins in Japans Tajii Cove starts in September and continues through March.  In an effort headed by Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s Cove Guardian team, activists, citizens and animal lovers will once again converge on the Cove aiming to bring worldwide attention and a halt to the brutality of Japan’s legal barbaric...
HOW TO DO GREAT

HOW TO DO GREAT

Do you dream of making a difference in the world?  Well I’m here to tell you that you can make a difference. You can do great things. All it takes are a few easy steps. Start by admitting that doing great things comes from actions both big and small. We don’t have to be Gandhi...
Africa's Social Weaverbirds

Africa’s Social Weaverbirds

The World’s Most Populated Tree Houses, the huge communal nests of Africa’s Weaverbirds serve many benefits for it’s multi-generational occupants. The nests of most songbirds are small and hidden, made by one bird or a pair, and function only to hold, hide, and protect one clutch of eggs and young. The nests of the sociable...