Blog posts tagged as Wild Dogs

Celebrating World Wildlife Day 2017

For World Wildlife Day 2017 we are sharing some interesting facts about some of the animals that need our help most and explaining a bit why they are so important to Africa’s ecosystems.  ...
28 Feb 2017 | Wildlife ACT
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In Memory of Crossroads Pack

I thought I would post this in memory of a pack of Wild Dogs known as Crossroads Pack that used to roam Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park. Crossroads Pack was special to many people. Very sadly, on 5 August...
23 Jan 2017 | Wildlife ACT
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New Alpha Female Released on Somkhanda

Just in time for Christmas, the new alpha female that was being held in the Somkhanda Game Reserve boma was finally released and has joined the two males and pups from the Somkhanda wild dog pack....
13 Jan 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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Adopt an African Wild Dog in South Africa

With the monitoring of Wild Dogs (also known as the African Painted Dog) forming the basis of Wildlife ACT’s wildlife monitoring work, we’re often asked by our conservation volunteers about the...
10 Dec 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Sokwezela Wild Dog Pack Update

The Importance of Wild Dog Monitoring A wild dog pack living on Imfolozi Game Reserve called Sokwezela had not been seen for months. It was critical that we got proper ID shots to work out who was in...
09 Sep 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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The Early Bird Catches the Wild Dogs!

My fellow wildlife volunteers and I are privileged enough to have the opportunity to help out on two different Wildlife ACT projects. We have been working on both Zululand Rhino Reserve (ZRR) and the...
20 Aug 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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How to single-handedly load an impala carcass

This is a comical report on how to, when the very occasion arrives, a female Wildlife ACT monitor, can load an adult male impala carcass (used to feed animals in boma conditions or for call ups) from...
22 Apr 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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