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㳉 Zero dollar Elephant Dawn ꖵ Kindle Author Sharon Pincott 뀃

㳉 Zero dollar Elephant Dawn ꖵ Kindle Author Sharon Pincott 뀃 㳉 Zero dollar Elephant Dawn ꖵ Kindle Author Sharon Pincott 뀃 Every now and then a book comes along that breaks through the wallpaper of my own life and delivers its message intravenously Elephant Dawn did that for me an intense read, inspiring and moving Over an incredible 13 years this tough as teak lady developed a valuable understanding of all 17 extended family groups that make up the greater 500 strong herd She also became the public figurehead of this herd in their battle against the deadly intentions of the poachers and trophy hunters Her deeply personal bond with some of the matriarchs who would come running when she called really struck a chord with meSimon Espley, CEO, Africa Geographic An inspirational book full of adventure and emotions, showing true courage and determination of an exceptional woman who lived 13 years with elephants in Zimbabwe facing daily the adversity that only her passion for these gentle giants could overcome.Francoise Malby Anthony, wife of the late Lawrence Anthony of THE ELEPHANT WHISPERER.Thula Thula Game Reserve, South AfricaCan one human make a difference In Elephant Dawn, you find out that the answer is yes Can one human change the plight of a doomed species Well, no, but to every individual rescued from a snare or some other horror, help meant the world.Ingrid E Newkirk, President, PETARiveting reading Elephant Dawn is touchingly genuine, with gut truth and sheer determination.Book Chat, South Africa Sharon Pincott formed one of the most remarkable bonds ever with wild elephants Untrained and unpaid, the idealistic Sharon proved to be an elephant whisperer Her vulnerability as a lone woman in the bush is an emotional roller coaster, especially when her friends depart one by one as the situation worsens Yet she is resilient and courageous to the very end guaranteed to produce a lump in the throat, if not tears.South Africas Wild magazineWhat Jane Goodall and Dian Fossey were for primates Sharon Pincott has been for elephants Elephant Dawn is heartwarming, funny, incisive, searingly honest and at times deeply sad Its a plea for Africas elephants and an insight into the mind of one of the earths most intelligent creatures.Don Pinnock, Investigative Journalist, South Africa Elephant Dawn is full of accounts of Sharon Pincotts deeply intimate bond with the elephant families It is a genuinely personal account of the hardships and triumphs of a courageous and often hilarious lady I was riveted Rating Unforgettable Writerswrite, South Africa A remarkable story of resilience and courage in the fight to save the African elephant Sharon Pincott is a true wildlife warrior.Gareth Patterson, best selling author of The Secret ElephantsA raw, honest story that needs to be heard Sharon Pincott gives a passionate and moving voice to a species in peril the silent, innocent victims of mans greed.Tony Park, bestselling author of An Empty CoastA woman on a passionate mission Her astonishing adventure Political intrigue A book to take the reader into another world.Caroline Jones,award winning Australian journalistThis mesmerizing book is not just about a love of elephants, it is also about the indomitable spirit of someone who followed her passion Sharon Pincott is one of the bravest women I have ever known She has risked so much for elephants and it is a gift to us that we can now read this moving account of her thirteen years in Zimbabwe fighting to save a population of elephants she came to know intimately.Cynthia Moss, world renowned Elephant Specialist, celebrated in BBCs Echo of the Elephants Elephant Dawn is hard hitting, and factual, a story that everyone should read It is a book that I will keep to read again It begins in 2001 and takes us all the way through to 2014 and beyond Memories of so many things that happened in Zimbabwe, with elephants, other wildlife, politics and day to day life, flooded back to me as I read Despite all that happened, Sharons love of Zimbabwe shone throughout and her descriptions of our wild areas are beautiful For those who dont already know, her relationship with the Presidential Elephants was simply incredible and reading this book you feel like you are sitting beside her in Hwange in her old battered truck.Johnny Rodrigues, Zimbabwe Conservation Task ForceWe are Zimbabweans, also deeply involved with wildlife, so every word of this marvellous book resonated with meits not the sadness that I want to remember, its the courage of one crazy Australian who, ridiculously, thought she could make a difference and did Its what she learned how she helped them she never expected to form such an extraordinary bond with wild elephants Sharon, you have left your legacy and we, and all who truly care for wildlife, thank you.Bookey Peek, author of Beyond the Wild Wood, Stone Hills Wildlife Sanctuary, Matobo, ZimbabweWhat an astonishing story In places it is so funny you cant help laughing out loud and in other places you cant help feeling Sharons despair This is a compelling read and an important read I would say this is essential reading for anyone interested in wildlife conservation and especially elephants, but this book isnt just about that it is essentially the story of a person, so committed that they are willing to give up nearly everything to follow their heart and stand up for what they believe in, no matter what The kind of book that you will want to read in a sitting, I know I couldnt put it down.Se7en Lifestyle Blog, South AfricaYou have brought tears to my eyes, love of elephants to my heart and knowledge to my mind Michelle Nielsen in AustraliaThe trials and tribulations you experience are wrenching and devastating The rewards magnificent Charlene Boardman in South AfricaAfter 13 years living among 500 wild elephants, Pincott is telling her story in Elephant DawnThe locals called Pincott Thandeka Mandlovu, which means much loved Mother Elephant, and believed she had special magic With and elephants being killed every year, perhaps magic is the only thing that can save them And the selfless efforts of people like Pincott Forbes Woman AfricaThe story of one woman and her elephantsSharon gave up her career in Australia in 2001 to travel to Zimbabwe to give her full attention to the conservation of the Presidential Herd in the Hwange Estate in western Zimbabwe It was not a good time for Zimbabwe but the elephants needed her For 13 years Sharon struggled against everything that a troubled Zimbabwe could throw at her Elephant Dawn is a book that one should read, particularly now, when the elephants of Zimbabwe are so much in the news.David Holt Biddle, Columnist, South Coast Herald, South Africaa good read with high points, sadness and gritty determination We need Sharon Pincotts to fight for nature from global warming to elephants, they are all connected.John Asquith, 50 years in natural resource management, environmental advocacy and wildlife habitat conservation, Australia Sharon Pincott has done this elephant work as a labour of love, unfunded and alone, in a less than friendly country where white people are easily dispensable, certainly according to Robert Mugabe This story is much than hardship and despair, though We see the magnificent sights through Sharons eyesBlue Wolf Reviews, AustraliaBorn in Queensland, Australia, Sharon Pincott is the author of two highly acclaimed books published in South Africa and is the subject of an internationally successful documentary Her work has been profiled in National Geographic, BBC Wildlife and Africa Geographic She is credited with having formed one of the most remarkable relationships with wild elephants ever documented. Sharon Pincott wildlife conservationist, african Sharon is an Australian writer who spent years, living and working among the presidential elephants of Zimbabwe on land bordering Hwange National Park Her latest book released May titled Elephant Dawn Wikipedia Elephant researcher gives up on author April , e mailed that she leaving giving a year effort to protect Presidential Elephants About A MESSAGE FROM AUTHOR, SHARON PINCOTT I m very grateful all you are reading, enjoying learning about our world s wonderful elephants, troubled country where so many them live, also struggles faced by those work help All President Elephants It features recommending encouraging Robert Mugabe reaffirm his commitment this flagship clan which bears identity, in secure their future In traded her privileged life as high flying corporate executive start new one with She was unpaid, untrained, self funded arrived starry eyed idealism most foreigners during early encounters Africa Profiles Facebook View profiles people named Join Facebook connect others may know power Elephant Dawn

 

    • Elephant Dawn
    • 1.3
    • 60
    • Paperback
    • 360 pages
    • B01MCYU0YR
    • Sharon Pincott
    • English
    • 13 June 2017

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