A short film I made out in South Africa in 2010 when I attended the Wildlife Film Academy's course (wildlifefilmacademy.com). This is my first wildlife film and most definitely not my last.
Last year across Africa, a huge number of Rhino were poached solely for their horn, often because it is still believed that the horn contains special healing properties which is incorrect. By the time I had left Africa a month after arriving, the number of poached Rhino had risen by over 100. Many of the national parks and game reserves struggle to keep out poachers, but I wanted my film to show how Entabeni game reserve has managed to keep out poachers and protect its Rhino population as well as its other inhabitants.
Shot on the Canon XL2.