Tikki Hywood Foundation / Zimbabwe
The Tikki Hywood Foundation, founded by Lisa Hywood in 1994 in memory of her late father Tikki Hywood, strives to bring awareness and sound conservation practices to the plight of lesser known and endangered animals, such as the Pangolin, the most illegally trafficked mammal in the world. THF aims to increase a greater understanding of the conservation tool that is legislation and is constantly seeking ways of improving and upholding the laws that protect fauna and flora.
The Tikki Hywood Foundation also operates as a 24 hour wildlife rescue centre and is available to advise or assist wildlife cases around Africa and the globe. Having an expansive view of conservation and preservation of all species, THF also ardently campaigns the cause of wildlife rights and welfare worldwide.
In addition to these conservation efforts THF endeavours to reintroduce all species of wildlife in their care, back into the wild as soon as is possible. Currently THF are assisting with rescues of wildlife in particular pangolin in five African countries.
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Shot with Hasselblad X1D
July 1-5, Harare, Zimbabwe
We went into the bush to forage for ants and termites with rescued ground pangolins, the pangolin men and Lisa Hywood, founder of the Tikki Hywood Foundation and world-renowned pangolin expert. Down low, from the pangolin’s world view, we created a challenging three-act Panotriptych of the Tikki Hywood Foundation's work, portraying the care, rehabilitation and release back into the wild of rescued pangolins.