Premieres September 27th
"This war on poaching won’t be won with guns and bullets, but through the local communities and education."
This is the belief of the Black Mamba Anti-poaching Unit, the first majority female anti-poaching unit in South Africa. Founded in 2013, the group protects all boundaries of the 52,000-hectare Balule Nature Reserve, part of the Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa.
We love James Suter's short narrative film about them, watch here.
And also this incredible feature, by Cristina Goyanes, about them in Nat Geo last year.
For more information on these bad-ass earth angel babes:
Black Mambas Website
How you can help: Donate on their website or, the Mambas are beneficiaries of the Lush Charity Pot program. The entire purchase price (minus the taxes) of Charity Pot Body Lotion is donated to grassroots organizations, like Black Mambas, working for environmental conservation, human rights and animal welfare.