Welcome to Wildlife Footprints

This is the personal blog of Tanja Andersen, the founder of Serve Global Wildlife and Serve Animals, where she will take you behind the scenes of both her work and her private life.

”Animals don’t have a voice, but I do. A loud one. I’m a f@%cking big mouth. My voice is for them. And I’ll never shut up.”

Danish and English texts

The texts on Wildlife Foootprints will be in both Danish and English, There will be spelling errors in the Danish texts.


I am dyslexic and I choose to reveal that part of myself. I see dyslexia is a gift. I have learned to listen actively to what people are saying to me, and not pay attention to what many would call ‘mistakes’. In this busy world we live in, everything goes so fast and must be perceived as ‘perfect’. People get hung up on their ‘mistakes’ and forget to live. My dyslexia is part of who I am. Wild animals need someone willing to take action, regardless of what the world may see as their ‘shortcomings. This who I am, and I am proud of it.

© Copyright - This is the blog of Tanja Andersen, the founder of Serve Global Wildlife. It is her personal blog, and she is responsible for and the sole owner of its contents. The contact information is connected to her private email at Serve Global Wildlife.