Ross Sayers Photography: Prints for Fund-raising
We are so delighted that Ross Sayers, an award-winning photographer has donated these amazing prints for sale, to raise funds for Bushlife Support Unit, our conservation division. As always, we are blown away by the generosity of our supporters worldwide! We currently have 4 game rangers that have covered over 50,000kms in anti-poaching patrols this year. We would really like to double our numbers of rangers – we need more boots on the ground to make more of a difference. The funds will be used to pay salaries for the rangers, as well as purchase equipment such as radios, boots, tents and backpacks for their mobile patrols.
Ross wanted to share why he has made this donation:
“Hi, I am Ross Sayers born in Gwelo in Rhodesia, or as it is now known, Gweru in Zimbabwe. I started my photography hobby in mid-2014. Through being an amateur photographer, I have had the pleasure of seeing some of the most amazing wildlife in the world, including magical Mana Pools. I have also had the good fortune of winning some awards for my work, and the images being published in magazines too.
Now my passion is to give back to the wildlife which has given me such joy and pleasure, I have taken up myself to help Bushlife Support Unit managed by Nick Murry and his team. I will be donating these images to help raise two things: one is awareness and the other funds to support the running costs for the anti-poaching efforts they put into their cause. Its hard work for them and very risky dangerous work. Many photographers take images in National parks and make their fortunes from their images without giving back to the wildlife, whereas I believe its only fair to give back to the wild. I do hope you will support Bushlife Support Unit too by bidding on these images, and if you win, that they bring you much pleasure to hang on your wall and know you’ve meaningfully helped the wildlife of Mana Pools!”