my dream planetMy name is Alex, I'm a wildlife photographer and traveller. For many years I have been discovering our planet - its wild nature and fauna…
 
While traveling I come across a lot of beautiful and interesting things, but also see us — people irreparably destroying nature. From year to year we seize more and more of wild territories. This leads into a situation when animals are left with no places to hide and they gradually disappear. Yes, of course it's not always a human who is the reason of these problems but, unfortunately, we all are from the moment of our birth involuntary invaders…
 
Every time I faced to a problem I reflected on how I can help. But all my thoughts remained to be ideas. But the moment had come when I stopped considering and chose to act. This happened in Kenya where I met Dennis – a warden of Maasai Mara national park. He told me about problems of disappearance of cheetahs and rhinos. These animals gave me so many positive emotions that I decided to give them something in return. This is how our foundation «My Dream Planet» was created.
 
Pretty quickly I was able to gather a team of like-minded people. Those who don’tsee the problems of nature protection as something distant. So here we are, we work and it fills us with positive emotions.
 
We work with an assistance and support of Kenyan government and directorship of one of the most popular reserves in Africa - Maasai Mara. All the collected funds go directly to targeted animal protection programs.
 
Recently we have also got involved into a very acute problem with animals in Russia. In a country with the largest territory of national parks in the world and lots of governmental programs for wild animals protection an enormous number of rare animals live in captivity, mostly in private zoos, in horrible conditions. Today we are looking for such animals and helping them.
 
Our project would not exist without like-minded people, sponsors and volunteers. I am appreciative of everyone who helps us, but I especially want to say thank you to those who were the first to support my ideas, without their help I wouldn't be able to take my first steps.
 
Join us. Become a friend of nature.