In the United States, where DSF is based, much of the Foundation’s energy is focused upon two sanctuaries for domestic and wild species in California. These encompass approximately 1,000 acres. DSF is also engaged in a number of exciting educational and research initiatives and partnerships throughout the country.
The underlying thrust of… Continue reading
International Animal Protection Programs
Because Dancing Star Foundation is an Operating Foundation, operating its own sanctuaries, it is able to provide very few grants and accepts no unsolicited grant proposals.
In past years, however, the Foundation has on occasion given modest grants and donations as contributions to other non-profit entities that are making extraordinary strides to help… Continue reading
Protected Areas in Thailand
Wat Phra Keo, the King’s Grand Palace in Bangkok, with its famed Emerald Buddha sculpture, provides a haunting window on the challenges facing Thai ecologists. Near this epicenter of international and domestic Buddhist pilgrimage is the Chactuchak Market, notorious for being a center of the illegal wildlife trade.
While there are… Continue reading
Treatment of Cows in England and Scotland
DSF filmed extensively throughout England and Scotland for its feature documentary, “Mad Cowboy”, beginning at Hastings, where host, Howard Lyman’s ancestors arrived over nine hundred years ago to engage in a grim battle wielding sword and spear. Today’s battles, says Howard, are waged with a fork.
In tracking the… Continue reading