Blog posts tagged as Endangered Species

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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In Memory of Crossroads Pack

I thought I would post this in memory of a pack of Wild Dogs known as Crossroads Pack that used to roam Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park. Crossroads Pack was special to many people. Very sadly, on 5 August...
23 Jan 2017 | Wildlife ACT
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What Are Priority Species?

A priority species is any animal species which is of management concern on a wildlife reserve we are working on and are considered as such for any number of reasons. The African Wild Dog for example...
26 Oct 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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First Litter of Wild Dog Puppies on ZRR!

The first litter of African Wild Dog puppies has come to Zululand Rhino Reserve! As mother and aunt sit guarding the den, 3 from the pack of 5 wild dog adults set off hunting in order to bring back...
20 Jul 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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Saving Wild Dogs from Snares!

In many parts of Africa wire snaring is the preferred method for poaching wild antelope. Tens of thousands of animals lose their lives to snare hunting every year, and unfortunately some species that...
29 Mar 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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Adopt an African Wild Dog in South Africa

With the monitoring of Wild Dogs (also known as the African Painted Dog) forming the basis of Wildlife ACT’s wildlife monitoring work, we’re often asked by our conservation volunteers about the...
10 Dec 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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