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Year in review 2023
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Year in review 2023

A Year of Triumphs in Endangered African Wildlife Conservation: 2023 in Review Introduction As the calendar turns from 2023, we pause to reflect on a year marked by significant strides in the realm of Endangered African Wildlife Conservation. Our heartfelt appreciation goes out to each supporter and partner. Your steadfast dedication has been the cornerstone … Continued

Welcoming a New Life
Southern White Rhino

Welcoming a New Life

Celebrating Conservation Success: The Birth of a Rhino Calf at Insimbi Legacy Projects Introduction to African Wildlife Conservation In the vast landscapes of Africa, where the harmony of nature meets the wild, the preservation of endangered African wildlife stands as a testament to the efforts of dedicated conservationists and organisations. The birth of a Southern … Continued

Race against time to treat pregnant Rhino shot in poaching attempt
Southern White Rhino

Race against time to treat pregnant Rhino shot in poaching attempt

STS Veterinary unit in Mozambique was called to assess a mature pregnant white Rhino cow found in the South Africa – Mozambique Border with a severe limp and a deep wound potentially caused by a firearm. We quickly put together a rescue operation along with Sabie Game Park management and antipoaching team. The next morning after … Continued

Saving the Survivors – Key Moments from 2018
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Saving the Survivors – Key Moments from 2018

January 2018 The White Bull and Her Calf The team had only just welcomed in the New Year when they were called out to this injured white rhino cow. Injured in a skirmish with a bull and with a young calf at her side the team treated the injury to her teat and a full … Continued

Rhino poaching in South Africa: Hope gets her face back
Southern White Rhino

Rhino poaching in South Africa: Hope gets her face back

Hope the Rhino’s journey from her poaching trauma so far… This courageous Rhino who was found almost eight months ago, and the marred vestiges of her trauma are still clearly seen. She is one of the many Rhino who fall victim to poaching in South Africa. Like many others, she is an innocent victim of … Continued