Você sabia que é possível visitar o Mico-Leao-Dourado ao vivo na natureza? A AMLD recebe grupos de ecoturistas interessados em caminhar pela Mata Atlântica e ver esse lindíssimo animal de pertinho. Venha nos visitar!⠀
Did you know that is possible to visit the Golden Lion Tamarin live in nature? AMLD receive ecoturism groups that are interessed in walking through Atlantic Forest and see this wonderfull animal very close. Come visit us!⠀
Foto/Photo: Acervo AMLD
Stamping down the grass for Hollie with Max yesterday as the sun was going down in a field in Singleton, with the wildlife around us, birds singing and three of my favourite people, also the camera girl Louise Hobday (of course 😊) There wasn't a better place to be ❤️❤️❤️
Aptly entitled "The Now" 🌅
..We live so much of our lives out of the present – in a place we can never be. Yet Life is only now!
Read more of Wills wonderful words on his website 💭
(Especially now) I think we could all learn to better appreciate NOW and there's nothing quite like an african sunset to put that into focus 🤓
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Thank you @international_animal_rescu 🙏e - If it wasn’t for you, Dasha would still be locked up in a filthy cage, hungry, desperate and hopeless.
Dasha was kept as a tourist attraction in a cramped cage, half-submerged in water by a riverside restaurant in Armenia.
We cannot imagine how she survived ten miserable years locked up liked that. She spent day after day pacing backwards and forwards, subjected to endless mocking from tourists. Starving, she was forced to beg for scraps to amuse the passers-by.
When we first learnt of the horrific conditions she was being forced to live in, we knew we had to act fast. We could not leave her to endure the disgusting abuse any longer. We took action and we are proud to say that Dasha was the first bear we rescued as part of our Great Bear Rescue campaign.
With your support, we were able to organise a rescue operation with our partners, FPWC, to bring Dasha to the safety of our newly-built sanctuary.
When we first reached her, the sadness in her eyes was truly heart breaking. She must have thought we were just another group of tourists gathering around to taunt and mock her.
After she was tranquilised, we cut open the cage and Dasha was pulled through the gap and into the safe hands of our rescue team.
Upon arrival at our sanctuary, Dasha received expert medical attention, and soon went into hibernation for several months. She emerged with two beautiful cubs!
With your amazing support, Dasha was able to thrive as a mother. It was heart warming to see that her natural motherly instincts had not been lost after years of mental abuse.
After close monitoring and behavioural observations, the decision was made to release Mama Dasha and her two cubs into the freedom of the Armenian mountains.
This video shows Dasha’s miraculous journey - from an abused animal in captivity, to a wild, beautiful bear, free to live a new life with her babies.
YOU made this possible. It was your belief in our work that gave us the courage to embark on the Great Bear Rescue, it was your donations that funded Dasha’s rescue and medical care, and it was your kindness that gave her the most beautiful gift of all… freed #rescue#wildlife