Blog posts tagged as Wild Dog Release

New Alpha Female Released on Somkhanda

Just in time for Christmas, the new alpha female that was being held in the Somkhanda Game Reserve boma was finally released and has joined the two males and pups from the Somkhanda wild dog pack....
13 Jan 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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Tembe Wild Dog pack – update #5

The main concern for the Tembe Wild Dog pack is the large Lion population on the reserve; in the past, interactions between the two species have resulted in at least 2 of our Wild Dog mortalities....
24 Oct 2011 | Wildlife ACT
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Tembe Wild Dog Release – Update #5: puppies!

The Wild Dog pack that was released on Tembe Reserve in January, has just produced a litter of puppies. Our monitoring team has counted 6 puppies, seen emerging from the den last week. This is very...
11 Jul 2011 | Wildlife ACT
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Tembe Wild Dog Release – Update #4

Our monitoring team in Tembe Elephant Park have been kept on their toes with a busy schedule of tracking the pack of Wild Dogs that were released onto the reserve in January. Wildlife ACT...
14 Apr 2011 | Wildlife ACT
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Tembe Wild Dog Release – Update #3

Yesterday, our Wildlife ACT team on Tembe Reserve once again spent the day following the African Wild Dog pack. By early morning we were chasing the dogs as they ran parallel to the road, just...
22 Jan 2011 | Wildlife ACT
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Tembe Wild Dog Release – Update #2

The first few days after releasing or relocating African Wild Dogs into new territory are seen as critical. Not only do the dogs need to contend with unfamiliar surroundings, but they also have to...
18 Jan 2011 | Wildlife ACT
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