Meet CROW’s new Clinic Nurse
The 24-year-old, completed her studies as a Nature Conservationist at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NNMU) in 2013. Her love for animals is what motivated her to pursue a career in wildlife and environmental conservation.
In her spare time, Tayla enjoys photography, doing special effects make-up, hiking and spending time outdoors. During her studies, some of her main focuses were on ecology, plant studies and the law of Nature Conservation. At CROW, Tayla hopes to broaden her knowledge of animal health, with a focus on orthopaedics.
“I was blown away by the immediate acceptance I was greeted with from the staff at CROW. The team here has a great ability to share and expand on their knowledge. I am excited to be a part of this dynamic team.”
Tayla’s favourite animal is a Nigerian Dwarf Goat as they are always such happy animals. Her favourite animals to work with are African Cats and Primates because they are such beautiful and intelligent animals that are currently under threat due to dwindling numbers in the wild.
“One of the scariest experiences in my life was being chased by numerous lions while working on a game reserve. One lioness even tried to jump onto the roof of my vehicle, right then, the engine cut out. Fortunately for me, I managed to escape without injury.”
Tayla is really looking forward to becoming a part of the CROW family while broadening her knowledge on huge scope of wildlife rehabilitation.
CROW (Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife) is the only wildlife rehabilitation centre in Durban registered to work with all types of indigenous wildlife found in KZN. Every year CROW rescues, rehabilitates and releases over 3000 orphaned, injured and displaced wild animals. As a registered non-profit organisation, CROW is 100% reliant on donations from the public. For queries and more information please contact CROW’s Marketing & Communications Officer, Chandré de Bruyn on 031 462 1127 or at email@example.com
Durban Get It Magazine – August 2017Women of substance