STRONG DATA FROM LATEST ROADKILL SURVEY

Surveys of wild animals killed by passing traffic (roadkill) have produced strong data and several recommendations. This is according to Bridgestone, which sponsored the Endangered Wildlife Trust's (EWT) recent investigations into the issue of roadkill in the Pilanesberg National Park....READ MORE

THE LINDT GOLD BUNNY HELPS SAVE THE RIVERINE RABBIT

One of South Africa’s most threatened mammals – the Critically Endangered Riverine Rabbit – will again benefit from the LINDT Easter GOLD BUNNY sales as the makers of luxurious chocolate, Lindt & Sprüngli (South Africa), has for the fifth year in a row agreed to support the Endangered Wildlife Trust's (EWT) conservation work of this rare and endemic Karoo species...READ MORE

Sungazer Lizard Project

Sungazers are endemic to the central grasslands of South Africa occurring predominantly in the north-eastern Free State, with a small population extending into south-western Mpumalanga. They are classified as Vulnerable (IUCN)...READ MORE

 

Have you seen wildlife in your garden ?

Report any interesting Gauteng sightings to our Urban Conservation Project
Emily Taylor: emilyt@ewt.org.za
Pictures welcome!