A Letter To The Poachers

Dear Poachers,

I hope one day you will understand the importance of wildlife on our planet earth.

We are all looking for some means to pay our bills but our activities should not cause any harm to the rest of the world. Its “cool” to be the bad guys but it’s fulfilling to be the good guys and even better to be “that guy”. Yes, that guy who doesn’t do dirty jobs to cater to his needs. That’s right poachers.

Deep inside your hearts, I know you feel something while murdering that innocent wildlife. Most of you don’t really understand why we keep fighting for wildlife in the jungle. You don’t really understand while killing an elephant or a rhino is a big deal, after all, they belong to no one specifically. They also don’t belong to you either or even to the big “fish” that make you do the dirty job. Its time you woke up and stop allowing them to use you.

They make you risk your precious lives to the wild animals and brave rangers. Some of you end up losing their lives while doing this dirty dangerous job.
Wake up from your nightmare and join the rest of us in protecting what is left of wildlife. Let’s work together and ensure that wildlife survives extinctions. Your future generation will be very happy to enjoy what you are currently busy eliminating for no good reason. Instead of sneaking into the wild at night to make a kill, go for a game driver during the day with your family and enjoy nature. You will thank me later, trust me.

You are the best guys who can help promote conservation education and awareness. Nature needs you badly. Please allow nature a chance to heal you and prosper. Get to understand these animals that you ordered to kill. Give them a chance to show you their bright side. Evaluate on your own if it’s really necessary to kill the innocent wildlife. You can start by trying to watch the wonderful nature documentaries, they will help you grasp a thing or two.
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13 thoughts on “A Letter To The Poachers”

  1. Good insight Cheche. In general we hear about poaching and hope it would be curtailed or stopped; but we loose sight of the status, and whether any progress is ever made. I suppose it is as active today as past years. Thank you for sharing to remind us all.

    • We need to actively fight poaching of endangered species. Its a work in progress, hopefully we will be able to fully act this time round. Thank you very much.


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