Dr Johan answers your questions!
What type of animals do you most often come across and work with? There are two species of rhino that we mainly work with, the black rhino and the white rhino. What adaptive traits do these animals have? There are many physical and behavioural adaptive trait differences between the two species we work with such. … Continued
Conservation is about collaboration
The conservation of all animals is a mammoth task. No one organisation can deliver all the roles required to protect our wildlife, therefore the key to success is working together and supporting each other. We recently donated sets of Binoculars to our partners Pit-Track K9 conservation and Anti-poaching unit. This team are dedicating their lives … Continued
Exciting new NFT partnership between STS and “Endangered Mints”
We are happy to announce a remarkable partnership with our newest major sponsor, Endangered Mints NFTs. After many lengthy conversations and completing mutual due diligence, our respective organisations have joined forces to assure the long-term health and conservation of endangered wildlife. “We are very pleased to join in what can truly become a game-changing partnership. … Continued
STS South Africa: conservation outreach and education program
This week “Dorota” from the Saving The Survivors Team in South Africa presented a conservation awareness and education talk. This talk was to Grade 5 learners from the HeronBridge College in Johannesburg. The visit opened the eyes and minds of these young learners to the current problems we face in treatment of injuries in species … Continued
Wildlife Collaring: Dr. Joao collars multiple species in Gile National Reserve
The recently proclaimed Reserva Nacional Gilé (RNG) in the Zambezia province of northern Mozambique remains one of the few places in the region with pristine woodland, untouched habitat and is free from permanent human settlements. Years of uncontrolled bushmeat poaching have however, brought several species to local extinction or near extinction. RNG was once home … Continued
Endangered Animal Merchandise: STS Hoodies and T-Shirts available!
We have a new range of endangered animal merchandise available, including Rhino T-Shirts and Rhino Hoodies for our supporters to wear and show their love and support of Wildlife! They are available for worldwide delivery and there is something for everyone, with Mens, Ladies and Children’s sizes! Just click here to visit BONFIRE.COM to check … Continued
Saving The Survivors: Rural School Conservation Education Program
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” – Nelson Mandela. STS supports local schools near to where we work, and helps teach children about the wonders of nature and the importance of conservation, through our conservation education program. These children are the future leaders and custodians … Continued
STS Mozambique remove 22 poachers snares!
Dr. Isabel Almeida and Dr. Hugo are called to assist an area in the Reserva Especial do Niassa – REN where it had been reported that a Buffalo is caught in a poachers snare. Along withWildlife Conservation Society Vet and HWC Manager, Samuel Bilerio and Administração Nacional das Áreas de Conservação rangers, they headed to … Continued
Canine vaccination: STS Mozambique, domestic dog program
Our team in Mozambique undertakes a project to protect Lions, Wild Dogs and local communities with a canine vaccination program. Like everywhere else, a dog is Man’s best friend in Africa. Farming communities also use domestic dogs to chase Baboons away from crops and warn of predators approaching livestock. But, these domestic dogs can easily … Continued