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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Why are African Wild Dogs so Endangered?

African Wild Dogs are endangered mostly due to ongoing habitat fragmentation, conflict with human activities and infectious disease. The estimated decline in African Wild Dog population size can be...
17 Jul 2018 | Wildlife ACT
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Giraffe – New Endangered Species?

Giraffe are firmly favoured for their spectacular appearance on the African savannah. With adaptations that render them completely unique – dramatically elongated neck, a tough agile black tongue,...
21 Jun 2018 | Wildlife ACT
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Secretary Bird (Sagittarius serpentarius)

The Leopard Survey team was out in the field checking cameras when we all spotted an animal in the distance. Tucked away in the tall grasses of Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, there walked a pair of...
14 Jun 2018 | Wildlife ACT
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Hooded Vulture Pair on uMkhuze Game Reserve

Perhaps due to their odd appearance or their association from animation films as the “bringers of bad news”, vultures often inherit a bad rap. However, when you put aside these vulture...
01 Jun 2018 | Wildlife ACT
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