It’s been a long time since the last town hall meeting, so it’s high time we have another one!
Therefore, this coming Saturday Graham will be holding a town hall meeting during which he will give a detailed update on recent events, where we stand as WildEarth now, and the outlook for the future, including an exciting new idea for a way to support conservation. And, of course, you will be able to ask questions!
It seems that Wild Earth is scaling down. At one stage last year there were as many as 6 plus vehicles (including the Mara, Tswalu. Phinda) and a number of sites in the greater Kruger at any one time. What has happened? – we are down to 2 vehicles (one of which is barely functional) and JP on foot. Is this the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end? Could we please be brought into the confidence of the producers and let us know what is happening and why things are as they are. For example, is Lauren leaving? There are comments, but what is the truth behind the comments?
Please Wild Earth, keep us informed. Speculation is not good for the product: it really does look like the downscale means that the channel being depleted – despite the promise of coverage of the Mara migration next year. Does that mean that Mara is back, or is this a short term project.
Open up, PLEASE!
WildEarth ist very important to me.
I am so sorry I could not watch Graham at Town Hall.
Trank Youssef so much for all your effort and commitment to make a success of every single Safari Drive.
Thank you, take care 🙋🏻♀️♥️🐞🍀
My view on the Townhall!
Each and every one of us is so jolly lucky to have remote access to the wonders that you all present each day. It takes extraordinary time energy passion and collateral to keep WildEarth up and running. Whatever folk receive around the globe is miraculous! Given half an opportunity folk will bleat. Well done and thank you for sharing this wonderful gift with us..you all have the very best attitude and a beautiful product full of Ubuntu! As for Marcel…and I know him…remarkable what he twitches out of unbelievably challenging circumstances. One of my very best sayings…we work with what we’ve got and make it figure…every time, and all of you at WE do just that! Bravo and a very big thank you!!
Excited to hear from Graham, there has been much development and some changes for sure… the conservation angle is intriguing.
Hope it all goes off well. Wild Earth very important to us.