Blog posts by Wildlife ACT

Elephant Breeding Herd sniffs us out!

The basic unit of elephant society is a stable family group of closely related adult females with young of various ages. Each herd is usually led by the oldest female – the matriarch. She...
07 Sep 2017 | Wildlife ACT
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Endangered Species Conservationist Chris Kelly

A Tribute to Chris Kelly – Wildlife ACT Endangered Species Conservationist The Rhino Conservation Awards recognizes the significant role that conservationists play in rhino conservation and the...
05 Sep 2017 | Wildlife ACT
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Painted Dog Pups begin to emerge in Zululand!

Painted Dog pups are beginning to emerge from their dens across the country! African Wild Dogs (also known as Painted Dogs) are an intelligent and social species that live in packs. Pack numbers can...
26 Jul 2017 | Wildlife ACT
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10 Easy Steps to Make a Difference in the World

Many people making small changes = huge impact Our wildlife is being decimated. We’ve lost over 6200 rhinos to poachers since 2007; 40 000 elephants are killed each year; the pangolin population is...
13 Jul 2017 | Wildlife ACT
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