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Communicating With Captive Wild Animals

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About this webinar

Intuitive communication

So many of the earth's wild animals are held in captivity, whether it be for sanctuary, for zoos or on the other end of the scale, for pure commercial profit. Find out how the animals themselves feel about this and how to recognise facilities that are unethical, when the "story" presented to the public is seemingly okay.


Learn how you are able to ask the animals themselves.




Ethical Sanctuaries

Wynter has worked with a number of wildlife sanctuaries throughout her career, and has much insight and knowledge around the dubious industry of physically interacting with captive wildlife. Join this webinar to learn more about this and what you can do to help support ethical sanctuaries and the animals they keep safe.


(photo credit to Drakenstein Lion Sanctuary, www.lionrescue.org.za)

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About Wynter

Wynter is based in Cape Town and has been practicing as a Professional Interspecies Communicator since 2001. She is the author of "Where is Biggles?" and teaches introduction and advanced workshops internationally. Her deep love is for African Wildlife. She works closely with Baboon Matters Trust and the Global White Lion Protection Trust who she supports through the global meditations and prayers alongside the H.E.A.R.T. Gatherings. She is one of the few people invited to facilitate groups at Tsau Conservancy in South Africa where the rare and sacred White Lions roam free in a protected area of their endemic homeland. www.starlionjourneys.org


In 2010 she founded AnimalTalk Africa's online Academy, which has developed into an international like-minded community of people learning how to communicate with the animals.

To learn more about her work please visit www.animaltalkafrica.co.za