A lot has been happening here at Bush Warriors and some great thing are on our horizons, which we will soon be sharing with you. Our global tribe has grown bigger and stronger, and some major influential figures in entertainment, business, and politics are keeping an eye on us and our activities.
Bush Warriors strives to reach as many people–and as many different kinds of people–as possible, in order to bring international awareness to our planet’s many wildlife crises. Part of my duty as the founder of Bush Warriors is to do whatever it takes to get the word out. One of the best mediums to use in doing this is that of television.
When you talk about tattoos in the TV world, the legendary show on TLC, Miami Ink, instantly pops into the minds of many.
It is with GREAT pleasure that I would like to make this announcement: I just received a call this afternoon from the producers of Miami Ink, telling me that I have been casted for a new TV show called ‘NY Ink’! Miami Ink‘s Ami James and his posse are back and they are taking on New York City.
I will be getting inked up on the new show and will share the message of Bush Warriors with the world while it’s done! The only questions is what will I get tattooed? Will it be a Lion? A tiger? Or maybe my favorite animal: the hippo? I’m just not sure! Over the last six months we had an amazing array of tattoos on our ‘Tattoo of the Day‘. What do you think I should get?
Leave your suggestions as comments below! Can’t wait to see what you guys think!
Remember: Tattoos are forever… and so is extinction. To see all of the FANTASTIC art featured on Bush Warriors Tattoo of the Day, and to learn more about this initiative, please click here. You can also share photos of your own wildlife tattoos and enjoy others’ at our Facebook group, Bush Warriors Inked Nation for Conservation.
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