Naude and his team saving Cape Fur Seals and other marine wildlife on a regular basis for the last 10 years. In the last year him and a group of dedicated rescuers have saved over 600 seals entangled in marine debris like fishing lines, nets and packing straps. Without these efforts, the animals would surely have died. Naude has decided to take this one step further and is in the process of starting up an Environmental Trust called Ocean Conservation Namibia. By doing this, he plans on committing himself to this work on a full-time basis, and expanding on it with Education programs for local fishermen and communities, regular beach clean ups and facilitating a range of Research Programs. There are also many other exciting projects in the pipeline. Registering a Trust in Namibia is an extremely costly exercise, and much equipment will be needed to get the project off the ground too. Help us reach this goal and make a difference in the lives of many animals today.