Wildlife ACT Blog

First Cheetah Collared on HiP!

The Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park (HiP) cheetah population is one of the most important cheetah populations in KZN, being one of the oldest and most stable in the region with the first cheetah introductions...
08 Jun 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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The Emergency Response Fund Saves Another Life

Poaching, for some, is a way of life and continues to threaten our endangered wildlife. In the last 6 months, in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) 17 African Wild Dogs have been caught in poachers’ snares....
20 May 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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Wild Animal Facts

Do you enjoy wild animal facts? Here are a few fascinating factoids about some of everyone’s favourite wild African animals. Elephants have the largest ears of any animal in the world. All the...
20 May 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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Snare Hunting: What’s the Catch?

In many parts of Africa wire snare hunting is the preferred method for poaching wild antelope. Tens of thousands of animals lose their lives to snare hunting every year, and unfortunately some...
19 May 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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Somkhanda Game Reserve & Community Compassion

Somkhanda Game Reserve is situated in northern Kwa-Zulu Natal, approximately 50 km south of the Swaziland border, north west of Mkuze town. Somkhanda is the product of a successful land claim by the...
10 May 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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Saving Wild Dogs from Snares!

In many parts of Africa wire snaring is the preferred method for poaching wild antelope. Tens of thousands of animals lose their lives to snare hunting every year, and unfortunately some species that...
29 Mar 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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Life on Somkhanda Game Reserve

Wildlife ACT conservation volunteers might find themselves working on Somkhanda Game Reserve in Zululand. There is much to get excited about if you find your way to Somkhanda. Here are some reasons...
29 Feb 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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