Blog posts tagged as Endangered Species Volunteering

How to Actively Support World Pangolin Day 2016

What weird, often not heard of creature has a 40 centimeter (16 inch) long tongue, a body covered in scales made from the same substance as rhino horn (keratin), can voluntarily constrict their ears...
19 Feb 2016 | 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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Lion Monitoring During Winter in Zululand

As we enter the winter months in Zululand, the cooler days and drier landscapes make predator viewing much easier. During the past few weeks our lion monitoring sessions have yielded some incredible...
12 Jun 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Volunteering with Animals in South Africa

I have been with Wildlife ACT for 11 weeks now and this is my third week in Tembe Elephant Park. This is a great place to be, but not only because you see lions, elephants and wild dogs, or, that we...
13 Nov 2013 | Wildlife ACT
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Photo blog: Lioness hunts two Nyala in one go!

Silvan Leibacher (and Mirko) from South Africa Stay was fortunate enough to join the Wildlife ACT conservation volunteers Kate Broxton, Lisa Wabner and Selina Daniels on our early morning lion...
13 Sep 2012 | Wildlife ACT
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Wildlife ACT launches a new project in iMfolozi

Set in the heart of Zululand, and established in 1895, Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park (HiP) is one of the oldest Game Reserves in Africa. Wildlife ACT has just opened a second project in he park which is...
17 Jul 2012 | Wildlife ACT
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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 August, had to change camera survey methods in order to...
29 Oct 2010 | Wildlife ACT
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