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Sybelle Foxcroft, Director of Conservation & Environmental Education 4 Life (CEE4Life) in an interview with Mark Ulyseas
At age 15 Sybelle began volunteering with the Koala Hospital,Australia which is a part of the Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service. She went on to be a surf life saver, an air sea rescue volunteer and a wildlife rehabilitator.
She has served as a Medical Sergeant in the Australian Army and has degree’s through University of Queensland in Applied Science (Wilderness, Reserves and Wildlife), Protected Area Management (Wildlife Biology) and Environmental Management.
She is the author of “Behind the Cloak of Buddha” An account of the her work as an undercover investigator in Thailand which exposed the wildlife trade and abuse of Tigers.
Her other experiences includes the Lone Pine Sanctuary – animal carer/zookeeper; The Mogo Zoo, University related field research, animal carer/zookeeper, a native animal rescue and rehabilitation officer at Samford Veterinary Clinic, an Education Officer – National Zoo and Aquarium, Night field guide – Australian National Botanic Gardens, and Ranger caretaker – Great Barrier Reef EPA GBRMPA. Her international work includes education, rescue and research of the Apex predators in Thailand, India, Indonesia, USA both wild and captive, and has been actively conducting and promoting the enforcement of protection for endangered species across the world.