Wild Dogs reintroduced to Malawi after decades of absence

Wild Dogs reintroduced to Malawi after decades of absence

On 27 July 2021, 14 African Wild Dogs were translocated successfully from South Africa and Mozambique to Liwonde National Park and Majete Wildlife Reserve in a historic project to reintroduce this Endangered species to Malawi.

Aug 30, 2021
Giving a voice to the voiceless – the role of impact statements in wildlife criminal trials

Giving a voice to the voiceless – the role of impact statements in wildlife criminal trials

While this may be true, climate change, natural disasters, and the rapid loss of biodiversity have forced a growing consciousness of the impact of our actions on the Earth and all who inhabit it. Humans have been forced to listen.

Aug 2, 2021
Dinokeng’s Cheetahs: A conservation success story Part One

Dinokeng’s Cheetahs: A conservation success story Part One

Although Dinokeng Game Reserve management has reintroduced several historically occurring large mammals, its Cheetah reintroduction has been particularly successful. This must-tell story documents Dinokeng’s contribution to the conservation of Africa’s most endangered cat species.

Jun 30, 2021
Crane Custodians step up their drive to address crane poisoning in Uganda

Crane Custodians step up their drive to address crane poisoning in Uganda

In 2012, the International Crane Foundation/Endangered Wildlife Trust Partnership (ICF/EWT) recruited and trained five community volunteers to safeguard breeding cranes in southwestern Uganda. This was in response to the escalating threats from crane poachers and wetland encroachment.

May 31, 2021
EWT and Business for Nature call on companies to help reduce nature loss in this decade.

EWT and Business for Nature call on companies to help reduce nature loss in this decade.

The Endangered Wildlife Trust’s National Biodiversity and Business Network (NBBN) has joined Business for Nature, a global coalition that brings together business and conservation organisations and forward-thinking companies.

Apr 30, 2021
Technology taking conservation to new heights

Technology taking conservation to new heights

The Karoo is an iconic and timeless landscape that has been farmed for large-scale small stock production for almost 400 years.

Feb 25, 2021
It’s a matter of pride

It’s a matter of pride

I am living my lifelong dream. I am part of an exciting project that aims to understand and protect the iconic African Lion, in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Areaa, one of the Lion strongholds in Africa.

Dec 8, 2020
For peat’s sake – finding fodder in Rwanda’s Rugezi Marsh

For peat’s sake – finding fodder in Rwanda’s Rugezi Marsh

The Karoo is an iconic and timeless landscape that has been farmed for large-scale small stock production for almost 400 years.

Nov 2, 2020
A powerful partnership leading the way for conservation in Gauteng

A powerful partnership leading the way for conservation in Gauteng

The Karoo is an iconic and timeless landscape that has been farmed for large-scale small stock production for almost 400 years.

Sep 30, 2020
Griet’s ghost and the long lost rabbit: The Lettas Kraal conservation story.

Griet’s ghost and the long lost rabbit: The Lettas Kraal conservation story.

The Karoo is an iconic and timeless landscape that has been farmed for large-scale small stock production for almost 400 years.

Sep 2, 2020