Conraad de Rosner
Conraad de Rosner was born and schooled in Gqeberha, then Port Elizabeth, in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province. He studied nature conservation in Pretoria before starting work, in 1993, at Windy Ridge Game Park in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. In 2009, he was appointed assistant anti-poaching manager at Sabi-Sands game reserve. Then, in 2011, he formed his company, K9 Conservation, at Thanda Game Reserve. In 2015, he moved to his base training farm in Hoedspruit, where for the past six years and more, he has developed and expanded his training of rangers and dogs. Conraad is also involved in training and transporting dogs to India, to guard wildlife and track rogue tigers who have attacked villagers. In 2022, Conraad married his wife Anke under the ancient branches of a baobab tree growing at the highest altitude ever recorded for a baobab.