Wildlife ACT Blog

First Cheetah Collared on HiP!

A cheetah conservation project success story! 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...
08 Jun 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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The High Bird Diversity in Southern Africa

Southern Africa is defined as the area south of the Kunene, Okavango and Zambezi rivers, including Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland and southern and central Mozambique....
22 Oct 2018 | Wildlife ACT
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Somkhanda Welcomes Four New Lion Cubs

On 29 May the Somkhanda Game Reserve priority species monitoring team heard the sound of very young lion cubs vocalising close to what was thought to perhaps be a den site. “For the next two months...
24 Aug 2018 | Wildlife ACT
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Rhino Dehorning Explained

Rhino dehorning is not a pleasant thing to witness. Just the mention of it evokes a sense of brutality. It is a sad reality that in order to help save rhino species from the threat of poaching, the...
20 Aug 2018 | Wildlife ACT
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African Wildlife Volunteering for Over 50’s

It Began With the Stars It was still dark and quiet in the early morning hours and the remote campsite in Zululand, South Africa was illuminated only by the soft radiance of the Milky Way galaxy. The...
13 Aug 2018 | Wildlife ACT
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