African wildlife organisations & projects
Wynter is passionate about assisting African wildlife, to this end she works closely with the following wildlife organisations, supporting where she can.
AnimalTalk Africa is a member of THE WILDLIFE ANIMAL PROTECTION FORUM SOUTH AFRICA (WAPFSA) – www.wapfsa.org
Global White Lion Protection Trust
Wynter has worked with Linda Tucker of the Global White Lion Protection Trust for over 20 years. She has been a core facilitator for the White Lion Leadership Academy since its inception. She has been bringing specialised groups of supporters to visit the Trust since 2005 and has since founded the “StarLion Journeys”, which can now be attended virtually.
Baboon Matters Trust
Wynter has a long association with Baboon Matters, and has had much practical experience working with these fascinating animals who live so closely alongside humans – often in situations fraught with conflict, because of the misunderstanding between the species. As a former Trustee, she helps with advocacy and general communications with the baboons to assist in creating harmony for people living in close proximity to them.
Learn more about the Baboon Matters Trust
The EMS Foundation is committed to easing the suffering of all animals- Wynter has been working with them on a few projects involving Elephants and Rhino. They are also key role players in advocacy for wildlife in South Africa and founding member of WAPFSA- Wild Animal Protection Forum South Africa.
Learn more about the EMS Foundation
Dolphin Care Africa and World Cetacean Alliance
World Cetacean Alliance Partners are all working at grassroots level, running charities, businesses or working in their spare time to protect whales and dolphins.
Although Wynter no longer takes groups to visit the dolphins of Ponta D’oura, she continues to support their outstanding conservation work
I am Elephant
Follow film-maker, Rachel Dunn, as she follows the call of the elephants from Thailand to Africa.
Find out what happens when she meets animal communicator Wynter Worsthorne and they both travel across Africa together to meet an elephant called Modjadji.
What they find is beyond what they ever imagined.