Category Archives: Camel News

CAMEL FILM JUDAS COLLAR: Interview with Writer, Director & Producer

Camel Film Judas Collar Australian wild camels

    If you had found out that there was an especially made collar designed for feral camels  in Australia that when put on one particular camel, that now that camel was responsible for all his fellow herd members being shot, because ‘he’ unknowingly had led the human predators directly to his herd, what would […]

Wild Camel Protector John Hare, Explorer Interview

John Hare Wild Camel

John Hare is no stranger to adventure and camels as an explorer, conservationist, author & co-founder of the Wild Camel Protection Foundation.  John has undertook a number of incredible expeditions with camels into remote parts of the world, frequently travelling alone.  This kindled John Hare’s life-long passion for camels. Some of John Hare’s amazing camel […]

The Camel Industry – How To Make A Difference

the Camel industry

Whether you’re a camel owner, want-to-be owner, camel professional and or a camel lover, YOU can help make a difference to the camel industry and therefore ‘The Camel’ on a global level – and truth be it, this ‘industry’ needs all the help it can get!   In this episode passion strikes as we discuss […]

How Camels Have Changed People’s Lives [World Camel Day]

World Camel Day How Camels Have Changed People's Lives

  We have a very special episode for you today, because World Camel day is June 22nd (every year) and for us and many camel lovers world wide this is a great excuse to share the amazingness of these animals that we’ve fallen in love with.    If you Google World Camel Day its offical […]

14 Amazing Photos of Camels used in War

Australian Camel Corps

Animals were a big part of assisting their handlers in wartimes. Some were used for practical reasons others were mascots to raise moral and or companionship to help assist with the hardship of the times. the Imperial Camel Corps, first raised in 1916, was a camel-mounted infantry force operating in the Middle Eastern and African deserts. […]

India Camel Journey – What Really Happened

In November we journeyed to India with a small but mighty group of fellow camel loving people. We had an itinerary planned. We were to buy 6 camels in India, teach our training course (Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training®) to our group, hence the camels got trained, then walk these camels 100km from our […]

Walking Kenya with Camels – Walking Autism with Abby Brooke

Walking Kenya with Camels Abby Brooke Walking Autism

You know when you accidentally meet someone who completely inspires you by their work in the world that you think everyone should know about this person? Well, this is what we think of Abby Brooke, who we met ‘by accident’ on social media. Almost right away, after a little investigation, we invited her onto our […]

Hobbles, Halters & Haters – Camel [Coffee] Chat

Camel Hobbles, Camel Halters & Haters

Grab a cuppa and join us for a Camel Coffee Chat where we talk about the most latest camel news with insights and information to help you along your camel journey whether you have camels or not. In this CCC (camel coffee chat) episode we’re talking camel hobbles, their uses, types of camel hobbles and […]

Why Australia Kills Wild Camels

Why Australia Kills Wild Camels

All the amazing camels that we’ve ever had, and now have, would be lying dead on the desert floor if we did not have them with us. This, we know for a fact. Given our wild camel ‘situation’ in Australia we refuse to ‘breed camels’ because that just seems unfair… Australia has the largest wild […]