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Terri Hill is championing conservation as a Nature’s SAFE ambassador

Terri Hill, renowned for her career in the equestrian world and her dedication to animal welfare, is stepping into a new role as an ambassador for Nature’s SAFE. For Terri, this ambassadorship represents a natural evolution of her lifelong commitment to animal welfare. With over three decades of experience running Hill Livery in Bristol and achieving acclaim in various equine disciplines, Terri's expertise in the equine industry is unquestioned. In 2008, she became involved in the world of UK zoos and wildlife conservation.


From serving as a trustee of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and Noah's Ark Zoo Farm to holding the position of membership secretary of the Association of British and Irish Wild Animal Keepers (ABWAK), Terri Hill has immersed herself in the world of UK zoos and conservation. Her career has also taken her out of Britain, facilitating ground-breaking procedures with wild equids in Europe, making her mark on the frontlines of wildlife conservation.


As Terri takes on this role as ambassador for Nature’s SAFE, she brings with her a wealth of experience, unwavering dedication, and a passion for conservation. For her, championing the work of Nature’s SAFE strikes a personal chord:


“We live in an ever-changing world and the work that Natures SAFE is doing is so incredibly valuable, in fact essential. Ensuring that the species we all cherish and admire have the opportunity to be around in the future, fills me with a great comfort, and having the opportunity to champion the great work that Natures SAFE is doing gives me a huge sense of pride.”

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