Higher Calling Wildlife Sets Out On “I Love Ewe” Expedition

Higher Calling Wildlife®, an outreach founded by wildlife journalist Chester Moore, is set to embark on an expedition for the sake of children and wildlife in Colorado.

From June 24-28, children facing significant challenges, such as critical illness and traumatic loss, will have the opportunity to engage in wildlife photography, capturing the beauty of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep and other wildlife such as elk, moose, marmots, mule deer and wild turkeys.

This initiative, known as the “I Love Ewe” Expedition, aims to raise awareness about wildlife conservation, especially the critical role of bighorn ewes and lambs in the ecosystem.

“The number one threat to bighorn sheep is disease that is transferred through contact with domestic and exotic sheep and goats. We will be emphasizing photography of ewes and lambs to show their beauty and to let people know the lambs in particular are hit hard when disease hits a herd,” Moore said.

“Plus, with the name play of the project we wanted the young people we are working with to know they are loved and valued.”

The “I Love Ewe” Expedition is designed to inspire and educate children who face unique life challenges, showing them that great things can still happen in their lives. Participants will be mentored in photography, learning to use this powerful medium to promote conservation awareness.

The photos taken by these young photographers will be featured in the 2024 edition of Higher Calling Wildlife® magazine, shining a light on conservation and the resilience of these children.

“Our goal is to empower these children, helping them to see that despite their challenges, they have the ability to make a significant impact. By using photography to tell the story of the bighorn sheep, they are contributing to a greater cause and learning valuable skills that can inspire others,” Moore said.

Higher Calling Wildlife® invites the community to support and follow the journey of these young conservationists as they embark on this transformative adventure through the outreach’s Facebook page.

“Together, we can make a difference in the lives of these children and the future of our wildlife,” Moore said.

This expedition is funded in part by the Houston Safari Club Foundation and private donors. Educational materials were provided by The Wild Sheep Foundation.

Media Contact
Company Name: Chester Moore
Contact Person: Chester Moore
Email: Send Email
Country: United States
Website: www.highercalling.net

The post Higher Calling Wildlife Sets Out On “I Love Ewe” Expedition first appeared on PressRelease.cc.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top