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Our Labor of Love

Nature|15 Oct, 2012|60 Comments |
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Our labor of love is a documentary on the wildlife of Africa Park in Camp Verde, Arizona (near Sedona).  Natural Park of Africa strives to educate and entertain, giving an exciting opportunity and attractive to love and respect nature.

It is a place where family and friends gather to experience oneness with animals and others for the safaris, tours, walks, observations, and displays of wild animals by nature in all its natural splendor.  Thus, they hope to achieve a kind of oneness with them, we will consider to be so valuable that we can not allow to be lost forever.

They continually provide natural areas of life for animals in need, so they can become ambassadors of their own species. They have responded to the call of the voiceless, now the border of extinction.  They attend to the daily diet of each animal and livestock requirements and your overall health and medical needs, the experience of gratitude and friendship – his recognition of us.  They believe that their social order, natural beauty and essence, the feeling of being safe, eternal spirituality, and our communion with them as a community of common life.

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  2. Shilajit Kar says:

    these keepers are the angels that stories are made of.

  3. mobius346 says:

    PEOPLE. go watch earthlings.. and go to the zoo and circus section. please, educate yourself on the shit this video feeds you

  4. These animals are saved and generally can’t live in the wild. Were you not paying attention?

  5. demarkahs says:

    Wow they have such a great job, and those animals love them, amazing

  6. finch1s says:

    you guys are AMAZING

  7. if that’s the case, then I can tell you that “it’s about people who love what they do and the amazing relationship they have with animals” and this video isn’t about religion….., so he shouldn’t have said that anywaysIt doesn’t matter that it’s not a science doc.

  8. gennarog says:

    if that’s the case, then I can tell you that “it’s about people who love what they do and the amazing relationship they have with animals” and this video isn’t about religion….., so he shouldn’t have said that anywaysIt doesn’t matter that it’s not a science doc.

  9. I have worked, rescued, & rehabilitated big cats for over 20 years, and I never put our volunteers, or workers in a dangerous position to be injured by any of the big cats at our facility! I know how much money it costs to care fort them thats what fundraising is about! (Calculated how not to get hurt, the sticks too short! We don’t do that been there done that!) Really?

  10. panekoh says:

    Man oh man, the start of this made me a lil teary, and I felt human, these people are doing such a great job, the day I win the lottery, I will be making a big donation to this place. Thanks for uploading such a great video

  11. The people are so happy, you can tell from watching this video. Caring for and interacting with other species brings people of all ages, and interests so much happiness, no dollar value can be placed on it. The animals are so capable of bonding and friendship, based on love and trust. Trophy hunters must be very unhappy people, all trophy hunting globally needs to end, it is rightfully illegal in Kenya, India and Costa Rica. And hopefully in BC soon. E. Denison

  12. And that would bring alot of personal happiness. Other species (as humans are animals) bring people so much joy. It is interesting to note I work in economic development in BC, Canada that the UN World Tourism Council stats indicate wildlife watching is the number one growth sector in global tourism. This includes bird watching which is huge. Bear watching is a robustly growing sector in BC, people globally love everything about bears. Trophy hunting does need to stop in BC.

  13. Very true, as a youngster I would spend summers at my aunts farm on Saltspring Island in BC. They “served,” their animals and saw it as a privilage to care for them, and that by loving them, it brought them more joy. My aunt and uncle are vegetarian, both in their 80′s now and in excellent health, still caring for animals. They sell on the side organic eggs from happy chickens, there are back log order for the eggs. Both are very kind to all people as well.

  14. actually out of africa is not exploiting their animals, the money they make goes to feed and take care of the animals….there is not much profit in the job at all…the only reason they are there is to make sure that the animals live long and happy lives.

  15. CCRider100 says:

    The animals are not captured from the wild, they are either from zoos or people who can no longer look after them. The animals can not be returned to the wild, and it is much better for them to live in place like this, where they are well looked after and have more space, than in a zoo. With regards to “making money”, feeding and housing these animals will be very costly, if that expense can offset by charging admission to the general public, hey why not. I see no exploitation here.

  16. Emaniac69 says:

    I am a big fan of animal conservation, and have donate money to the cause. I even donated a ton of educational materials to Big Cat Rescue, including documentaries, books, and a lion skull replica. But that doesn’t have anything to do with my preference for meat. Understand that like racoons and bears, I am a hypocarnivore. And I would never stop eating meat simply because I like animals. Sometimes I have this impression that some people stop eating meat out of some bizarre type of guilt.

  17. the man with the ladies hair style, all he needs now is face makeup, body hair removal and clothing for the ladies!you know when something is half done it just make you want to throw up sick all over the place.in my view gay men should wear hijabs to stop them fannying about with their lady hair styles.

  18. xShawnutsx says:

    @bluepeas510 CONT: have a point. But in no way in ANY part of the video did ANY of them say or do anything that shows they discriminate against minorities. Saying that the zoo is prejudiced or whatever is completely ridiculous.

  19. xShawnutsx says:

    @bluepeas510 I’m pretty sure you deleted your other comment, but I had to reply anyway. You said the zoo discriminates because you didn’t see any minorities. Are you kidding me? First of all, just because you didn’t SEE any in the video doesn’t mean none work there. Second, even if no minorities work there that doesn’t mean it’s because the zoo is discriminative. There would be no lawsuit. Now, if they were like “People can’t work here if they are black/mexican etc.” then yeah, you’d obviously

  20. bluepeas510 says:

    THAT ZOO DISCRIMINATES!!!! At first I agreed w/ your post but after watching the entire video Im wondering why I didnt see one minority working there?? They better be glad they werent in Calif and most other states ..including the hawaiian islands where in from. They would have been hit w/ legal suits left and right, smdh

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