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20 July 2018 A volunteer's experience on our Wildlife Warriors Advanced Anti-Poaching Training Course I was overloaded on experiences and impressions. I still haven t put it all together. The anti-poaching-training and the week I spent after with our instructor touring in KwaZulu Natal was just am...
5 July 2018 An incredible day in the life of an Endangered Wildlife Conservation volunteer in Zululand! This is my second time on the Endangered Species programme in South Africa, and round two was just as special as the first! One day, we were up and about early (just after 4am!) before dawn had ev...
21 June 2018 Its World Giraffe Day! Taking a look at giraffes around our projects! The 21st June 2018 is World Giraffe Day - the longest day (or night) of the year: rather fitting for the world s longest-necked animal! The day is a celebration of these iconic animals, to raise a...
20 June 2018 Elephant & Wild Dog research in Namibia - why you should get involved The mission of our remote Northern Namibia research programme is to conserve the region s land, culture and wildlife, and protect keynote species threatened by the human-wildlife conflict. In this...
19 June 2018 Rhino & Elephant Project volunteers reflect on their time in Zimbabwe! Nothing gives you an idea of what its like on a project than reading about volunteers’ experiences. This week we’re focusing on our Rhino Elephant Conservation Programme in Zimbabwe. ...
7 June 2018 Project news! Pangolin release and new arrivals Our Primate Conservation programme in Zimbabwe has had a busy month, with several new orphans arriving at the sanctuary, and a successful pangolin release. In May the sanctuary had a call from a l...
4 June 2018 New Anti-Poaching Canine Unit in Zimbabwe Our Rhino Elephant Conservation programme in Zimbabwe have just welcomed the newest member to their Anti-Poaching Unit. Murwi, a highly trained Dutch Shepherd dog, is the inaugural member of the tea...
24 May 2018 A brand new way to experience Mana Pools Rarely does a place evoke such passion as Mana Pools National Park, 2,200 square km of untouched wilderness, on the banks of the Zambezi River. It is a part of Africa spoken about with hushed voices, ...
6 April 2018 Bringing healthcare to the San community of Namibia The San Bushmen of Namibia are considered to be one of the oldest cultures in the world, having lived in southern Africa for more than 20,000 years. Traditionally hunter-gatherers, with no concept of ...
5 April 2018 When is a Wildlife Sanctuary Not a Sanctuary? Thinking of volunteering at a wildlife sanctuary? Read this article first! The idea of being able to work closely with iconic African animals is a big draw, and volunteering at animal sanctuaries ...

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