African Wild Dogs translocated from South Africa to Mozambique update

18 months ago STS, Karingani and Endangered Wildlife Trust planned and executed the translocation of a pack of 12 endangered African Wild dogs from South Africa to Karingani Game Reserve, Mozambique. The dogs have been enjoying the beautiful and safe reserve and have already successfully adapted perfectly to their new home and even raised cubs! Last week Dr Joao

Dr. Hugo’s race to rescue a Wild Dog with a severe snare wound!

Injured wild dog

STS vets in Mozambique were alerted by the Niassa carnivore project ( Niassa Lion Project ) to reports of a Wild Dog in the Niassa Special Reserve with a nasty snare wound. Dr. Hugo was best placed to tackle this emergency. He quickly packed up the equipment needed for this mission and headed to the airport. While

STS completes Translocation of 13 Wild Dogs

Wild Dogs

We are thrilled to announce that the amazing operation to translocate 13 Wild Dogs from South Africa to Mozambique has been completed with success! In the morning of the 26th of January after a full day of planning, a multidisciplinary team composed of vets, biologists, monitors and reserve managers, gathered in Pongola Game Reserve (South

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