Blog posts by Wildlife ACT

Lion Tracking in Tembe

Through the use of old school bush tracking our wildlife volunteers managed to get a rare sighting of the lioness Milo and her two sons. Good work team!
11 Aug 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Tembe Predators come out to Play

Winter is a great time for the Tembe predators and volunteers alike. As the water dries up both prey and predators are forced to remain near water sources.
24 Jul 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Lions Return to Rwanda

Lions from Tembe are being relocated to Akagera National Park in Rwanda and Wildlife ACT was there to help with the South African side of the operation.
03 Jul 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Lion Removals in Tembe

Recently some of the Tembe lions needed to be moved to other reserves in order to manage and protect the genetic diversity of the reserve's lion population.
29 May 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Tembe’s creepy creatures

In Zululand often the smaller creatures will find you whether you’re looking for them or not. A fact that the wildlife volunteers of Tembe soon learnt.
31 Oct 2014 | Wildlife ACT
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Leonard’s Dessert (at Tembe)

For all who have stayed with us at Tembe, you have probably tasted the greatness that is Leonard's Delicious Dessert. Here's the delicious recipe!
25 Jul 2014 | Wildlife ACT
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Tembe: Lions and the circle of life

After the tragic loss of Tembe the big male lion to a snaring incident last month, it has been great to see his two sons uKosh and Beaufort patrolling his former territory and embroiled in a battle...
08 May 2014 | Wildlife ACT
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Lion Cubs Stalking our Conservation Volunteers

One early morning monitoring session we found Milo’s two lion cubs alone on the road, as mom had gone walkabout. Initially they were a little skittish but they soon built up courage and began to...
25 Apr 2014 | Wildlife ACT
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