Gideon Meyer has over 25 years of experience in the conservation and eco-tourism industry; specializing in animal conservation, wildlife, and natural environment education in southern Africa. This includes guiding, tracking and the design of programs for animal conservation in partnership with community-based programs. Gideon also has the rare skill of orphaned animal handling and rearing, with a focus of returning them to their natural habitat. His vision is to contribute to a tipping point where the majority of humanity comes to realize that animals have as much right as people to be on earth, and to reveal to as many people as possible the magic of the natural world. He has conducted many photographic safaris in southern Africa. Born in 1968, he comfortably falls within the Manopause criteria. Visit Gideon's website, Meyer and Keesi Safaris for more information. He can be found on Facebook and Instagram.