“Rhino have been on this planet for at least 50 million years. At the current rate of attrition it has approximately 10 years to go! I want the world to know this, and to unite in finding ways to end poaching of this dwindling species,” says George Tomlin of Save The Rhino Campaign.
George will be conducting demonstrations of two types of unmanned aerial systems during the last week in March. The venues and exact dates are yet to be confirmed but they will take place in South Africa’s Limpopo and KwaZulu-Natal Provinces.
“Over the past three years I have worked with Siyafunda Conservation. Together with Aerialtronics we have organised demonstrations of two types of unmanned aerial systems. Both systems may be used not only in the anti-poaching role but for game management and conservation in general.
“I am inviting media representatives and wildlife conservation experts to attend. SANParks have indicated that they wish to attend and your presence at one of the demonstrations with your knowledge, contacts and influence will be of enormous help,” says George.
To reserve your invitation to attend one of these demonstrations, contact George Tomlin on Tel: +27 (0) 604142857 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information concerning these systems go to: www.aerialtronics.com
For information concerning Siyafunda Conservation go to: www.siyafundaconservation.com