Wildlife ACT Blog

Fighting Antelope Caught on Camera

For antelope species fighting is a way of determining dominance. Reproductive competition between male antelope can be intense and may even result in death.
16 May 2014 | Wildlife ACT
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Meet the Zimanga Wild Dogs!

Unfortunately, African wild dogs are so endangered that conservation groups must manage basic processes that they are no longer able to perform themselves, such as dividing and reforming their packs.
12 May 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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The Great Pangolin Rescue in Mkhuze

A pangolin was confiscated by the SAPS and Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife officials last week in the Mkhuze area. Chris Kelly of the Wildlife ACT Fund assisted by relocating it back into the wild.
08 May 2014 | Wildlife ACT
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Vulture Flight Patterns, Wing Tagging & Ringing

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, the Birds of Prey Programme of the Endangered Wildlife Trust and Wildlife ACT have worked together since 2009 in monitoring and colour-making vultures using PVC rings, in order...
05 May 2014 | Wildlife ACT
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