Most of my clients know that during our sessions, I will bring in things I have learned from other species. They laugh when I accidentally refer to their dog as a wolf or horse but in reality, my knowledge and research has brought me to places all over the globe in search of creative and inventive ways to live a wonderful life with their furry friends.
This summer, I will embark on a new journey for eleven days to Mozambique, Africa. I will snorkel with whale sharks, humpback whales and manta rays, go on safari by land and foot in Gorongosa National Park while living in a tent camp amidst lions, elephants, hippos, alligators and perhaps if I am lucky- to spot the two African Wild Dog packs that migrate through the park.
Gorongosa is a remarkable conservation effort similar to Yellowstone in the states but in the beginning fazes of a long-term process. Reintroduction has occurred with many species there as most were eradicated due to war in the area years ago. Now, a huge effort is underway to save this beautiful landscape and it’s creatures from being hunted and on the verge of extinction.
This re-introduction process is similar to the epic tale of the return of the wolf in Yellowstone.
Like other journeys I have taken, I hope to bring even more knowledge to my private clients in the United States about what we can learn from wildlife to re-connect our relationships with domestic animals and ourselves back to mother nature.
If you would like more information on Gorongosa National Park, you can visit their website here: http://www.gorongosa.net/
I’m sure I will be bringing back unbelievable photos which you can view right here on my blog 🙂 Stay tuned as things get closer to summer to hear more about it!