By the time the sun begins to rise over the Tsavo Conservation Area, Kenya, at 6.30 a.m., he's already laced his sturdy boots, checked his equipment and plotted the day's activities for his team. By 7 a.m., they're already in the bush.
Why? Because across Africa, one elephant is killed every 15 minutes for their ivory by poachers. And, as one of the DSWT / Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) Anti-Poaching rangers, it's his job to keep Kenya's elephant herds and other wildlife safe from ivory and rhino horn poachers, bush meat poachers and charcoal burners.