Poachers have been all over the news recently, with Cecil the lion highlighting the issue to a wider audience. And now Prince Harry has joined the fight in South Africa.
He has started taking on night patrols with an army unit in the world famous Kruger Park reserve, as part of the government's anti-poaching movement "Operation Corona".
Prince Harry has already seen a lot of action, despite only being out there for a few days, having taken on three poachers already. He is working alongside a large team, including planes, drones and dogs to track down those who take pleasure from killing the wildlife.
The man in charge, retired Major-General Johan Jooste, told the Mail on Sunday "This is a declaration of war against South Africa by armed foreign criminals. We are taking the war to these armed bandits and we aim to win it."