Blog posts for 2015

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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3 Lions, 2 Packs of Dogs, 1 Rhino

Day 9 of 14 as a Volunteer Wildlife Monitors in iMfolozi Game Reserve December could not have started any better. We set out on the early morning drive looking for the Sokwezela pack, after we picked...
10 Dec 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Court Lifts Ban on Rhino Horn Trade: What Now?

News has been released about local (South African) government lifting the ban on rhino horn trade – paving the way for legal trade in rhino horn within the borders of South Africa. What will the...
26 Nov 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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The Smells of Nature

There are some amazing smells that emanate from the African bush. Many are wonderfully nostalgic, while others take some getting used to. What follows are some of the more interesting smells of...
29 Oct 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Wildlife Conservation Network Expo 2015

By Simon Morgan With a “50/50 save our globe” strategy firmly in mind, I headed into San Francisco’s Silicon Valley to attend the Wildlife Conservation Network Workshops and Expo to talk out...
22 Oct 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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