African Farmer Delivers Water to Wild Animals During Drought

African Farmer Delivers Water to Wild Animals During Drought

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This pea farmer may not own the wild animals that he watches over, but he he has been praised as a hero for making sure that they don’t die of thirst.

Patrick Kilonzo Mwala takes four trips across Kenya every week to refill a watering hole that nourishes the local wildlife. Each trip costs over $300, but he reportedly makes the money entirely from donations.

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Patrick, who also founded TSAVO Volunteers, has saved countless lions, zebras, and elephants since the drought was declared on February 10th by delivering 12,000 liters of water during each visit to the watering hole.

“This is my joy, seeing wildlife drinking [so] they don’t need to worry again,” wrote Patrick.

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