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Nurturing a lifelong desire to visit Africa? 

Or ...

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Yearning to hear a lion roar ...

EVERY BOOK SOLD raises VITAL funds for our charity - The School of St Jude in Tanzania and our new partner - ZoosSA Rhino Conservation at Monarto Safari Park, South Australia.

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July 2022 Arusha Tanzania
Founder Gemma Sisia accepting the cheque for $500 from book sales

 

MONARTO SAFARI PARK
November 2022

The premier open-plains conservation facility for
Zoos SA

Peter Clark, Director of Monarto Safari Park, Awarded UNESCO Achievement Award for Conservation:

introduces me to Ibutho, the giant white rhino - a vital contributor to the conservation of this wonderful but endangered species

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DONATION 
THE SCHOOL OF ST JUDE


Brian and Sue with
School Founder Gemma Sisia and original student Enock - now leader of Alumni Program - accept $3000
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Joy and Wyn Cook - Renmark SA
Blood, Sweat & Fears - book sales

June 2023


 

OUTSTANDING REVIEWS

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AN OLYMPIC PERFORMANCE

FIVE

5 STAR REVIEWS

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CLICK HERE for the 

 

INTERNATIONALLY INDEPENDENT ASSESSMENTS

Climb aboard.

Previous experience ...

not essential. 

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Learn more about

Blood, Sweat & Fears, here.

XMAS OFFER

10% discount  

order now

Price Per Book $26.95

Free delivery postcode 4551

 

 

Behind the Book 

Brian J Bassett 

Author

Upon retirement, looking for opportunities to pursue his desire to explore and learn, with a camera in hand, he and his wife Sue travelled to Africa in 2010, primarily as tourists. He was captivated by Africa and her people. He knew he had to return - not just as a bystander - as someone deeply engaged in conservation projects. He recognised the potential of the country and was determined to make a difference. 

Sue Bassett

Photographer

Combining her natural creative ability with the skills gained from her photographic interests, using her digital cameras and lenses, Sue has pursued the art of capturing wildlife encounters with a passion. The magnificent quality of the images speak for themselves and her work forms an integral part of the conservation research she undertakes. 

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Brian and Sue - with a small memento of the tracking collar they had just fitted to the black rhino during conservation work in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

To learn more about Brian and Sue, please click here

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