Make a 180 for Wildlife (Cessna 180)

Make a 180 for Wildlife

Mike Paredes & Nancy Law, United airline pilots, have launched a new project with Dazzle Africa to keep wildlife in Zambia safe from poachers. The new project provides operational funding for this Cessna 180 aircraft which is shared between our two conservation partners, Conservation South Luangwa and Zambian Carnivore Programme. What you see below is the only aircraft in the South Luangwa Valley of Zambia used for anti-poaching and large carnivore research and is critical to conservation efforts.

Your donations positively impact law enforcement effectiveness, scientific research, monitoring of wildlife, a decrease in poaching, navigation during the wet season, data collection, habitat surveying and more.

Click on the video below to see how this Cessna 180 and it’s talented pilot are helping African wildlife make a 180!

Thank you to Africa Hope Fund for the use of this video.


Donate the amount of your choice or one of the following. Once we receive your donation, you will receive an email to designate the placement of your donation as well as your shipping address.



Your very own set of  “Wildlife 180” wings”! Comes as a necklace or keychain.  925 Sterling Silver. Custom designed for Dazzle Africa…A lovely piece of jewelry for the most worthy cause.




An impressive framed aerial photograph capturing the beauty of a herd of elephants in the South Luangwa Valley, Zambia. Photo by Andy Hogg.




A private tour and conversation with the Cessna 180 pilot on site in Zambia (travel not included) and all of the above.