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Thursday, November 21, 2013

Maui and Hector Dolphins - will we lose them forever? In conversation with Earthrace's Paul Moss

LISTEN HERE to an alarming yet informative interview. With only 55 Maui dolphins and roughly 7000 Hector dolphins left, things do not look good for these magnificent sentient beings. Earthrace's Paul Moss (Wellington NZ coordinator) talked to us about the threats they are facing from plastic to trawler boats and more. This conversation touches on many issues from over-fishing to the lack of political will. A must listen.

Visit the official MAUI dolphin page


Friday, November 15, 2013

Bikers 4 Orcas - raising awareness for Orcas in captivity

"Ask any biker what he/she experiences when driving his/her motorcycle and the answer is most likely "freedom". A breeze of wind on your skin, a wide world infront of you and the ability to go wherever you want. Bikers also experience this in a group, a club or a gathering. Like a pack of wolfs... or a pod of orcas.
Looking at orcas makes you realise that us bikers are not really that different. We enjoy our "freedom" and understand others enjoy this too. In a lot of countries bikers greet eachother. A social way of letting the other know we understand what the other is experiencing.

Orcas are also very social creatures. The live in a group (pod) and enjoy the freedom of the wild ocean. Orcas born in captivity probably don't know it at all. Then there are the orcas born free and captured for the amusement of people." (from their official website)

BIKERS4ORCAS is an awareness raising or shall we say “awareness racing” idea that uses the tightness of bikers and the volume of their machines to shout for Orcas.

WILD TIME’s Thomas Janak talks to Bikers 4 Orcas’ Vincent Lensen about upcoming events and much more e.g. from becoming aware of their plight to becoming their voice 


Bikers 4 Orcas WEBSITE

Bikers 4 Orcas on facebook

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Fighting animal experiments - in conversation with ECEAE's Geoffrey Deckers

On the official website of the European Coalition To End Animal Experiments it states that ' 12 million animals are used in European laboratories every year - that's 137 animals suffering in cruel and painful experiments every 10 minutes ...'

WILD TIME’s Thomas Janak had a chance to talk to ECEAE chairman Geoffrey Deckers about their campaigns, dutch perspectives on things and much more besides. This is a very informative and honest conversation about anti vivisection and related and/or even seemingly unrelated topics.

Don’t miss it!! 

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Guardians of the voiceless - helping animals in India

Guardians of the voiceless are a team of volunteers in India driven to create a cruelty free generation. They care for the less fortunate in India, Children and Animals.

WILD TIME's Thomas Janak had a chance to talk to founder Pankaj Arora and the president of their USA branch Luz Maria Gomez about Guardian of the voiceless's aims and obstacles and much more besides.

You can donate easily via PayPal : 


Thursday, November 7, 2013

Leopards need your help - in conversation with Babette DeJonge

Wild Cats World's Babette DeJonge tells us all about educational programs and endeavours concerning the leopard whose fate seems sealed unless people will come to his aid.


Find out more about how to save the leopard HERE

Stop the suffering - against Bullfighting!

Dutch couple Jose Kersten and Marius Donker talk to WILD TIME's Thomas Janak about the atrocities committed against Bulls both in Portugal and Spain, about activism in genral and many more things besides.

Jose also reads out her heartbreaking and compassionate poem "Bull, I cry for you".

Listen HERE

Also visit:

Stop Fun Killing
Action against poisoning

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Illegal wildlife trade via the Internet - 1001 ways to disguise true intentions

Veteran activist Ericka Ceballos and her friends from CATCA are monitoring and exposing the illegal wildlife trade that is being conducted right in front of our eyes - on the world wide web.

How big the problem is and what the findings are is what we discuss on this episode of WILD TIME!!


Also visit Ericka's investigation page HERE