For the past 13 years Kerryn's career has been concentrated in the area of wildlife conservation. She has a master's degree in wildlife management and manages African Cranes, Wetlands and Communities, a partnership between the International Crane Foundation and Endangered Wildlife Trust. Kerryn primarily works in South Africa, but recently has been coordinating and supporting crane-related projects across sub- Saharan Africa. The focus of her work is on wetlands upon which both cranes and people depend for survival. She believes that there are many ways to prevent and eradicate the various human-induced threats to the cranes.
Lunch spot: Fibs in Dullstroom