Brad Pohl was born far up in the North of Zimbabwe during the country’s struggle for independence. He spent his young life growing up on his parent’s farm in that most dangerous part of Mashonaland known only as “The Sharp End”.
He thinks it was called that because all the animals up there have very sharp teeth, and having experienced most of them first-hand (especially those of a certain vervet monkey, a honey badger, and a lightning fast crocodile) – he has no reason to think otherwise!
Having more recently worked for Wilderness Safaris in the Zambezi Valley (pre-COVID-19!) he is now drawing on that experience for new books . . . mostly to try and convince a few children to conspire and help save our planet!