Wildlife ACT Blog

Tembe Wild Dog Reintroduction

Today a pack of Wild Dog were released on Tembe Elephant Park. Wild Dog have not been naturally resident in the Tembe area for approximately 100...

2010 Summary: a Year in Conservation

Over the past year Wildlife ACT has achieved some great results. We are an agile and experienced team, able to effectively contribute to conservation...

Exciting new projects in HiP

Wildlife ACT is currently busy with the second trial camera trap survey in Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park (HiP). The survey, which began on the 4th of...

Vulture ringing in Mkhuze

This month, Wildlife ACT accompanied Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife staff and members of Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) as they visited vulture nesting sites...

Wild Dog puppies on 3 Reserves!

A total of three of our four Reserves (namely Mkhuze, Thanda and Tembe) have had litters of Wild Dog puppies born to the Alpha females on the...

Mkhuze Wild Dog Mortality

At the beginning of July, a male Wild Dog was found dead from unknown causes on Mkhuze Game Reserve. At the first morning’s sighting, Mkhuze...