12 May 2017
About Wildlife ACT
Wildlife ACT actively advances conservation by initiating, implementing and managing monitoring projects on wildlife reserves which do not have the means to do so themselves, and we do so FREE of charge. We’re currently focused on Zululand, an area that resounds with the heartbeat of Africa and one of the most diverse and productive wild lands on the planet. We are 100% reliant on the support of our conservation volunteers.
To fund our monitoring projects, Wildlife ACT runs a wildlife volunteer program. Volunteers who join in important conservation work get both a wildlife experience and make a contribution to conservation through their time, efforts and funds. Conservation volunteers assist our monitors in their daily tracking and monitoring of endangered wildlife species such as the African wild dog, cheetah, black rhino, as well as priority species such as elephant, lion, leopard and many more. Conservation volunteers get far more than the typical safari experience by playing an active role in REAL conservation.