Donate to save Wild Dogs today
Every. Dog. Counts
The African Wild Dog (Lycaon pictus) is Africa’s second most Endangered carnivore after the Ethiopian Wolf. Habitat loss, snaring, and disease have seen Wild Dogs disappearing from 25 of the 39 countries they once roamed and only 1,400 breeding Wild Dogs remain in the wild.
What your donation will be used for
Satellite VHF Wild Dog collars (R50,000)
Wild Dog monitoring, including but not limited to veterinary requests, fuel, medical supplies for darting procedures, and other consultant fees (R50,000)
You’re about to make a secure donation to the Endangered Wildlife Trust. Donations in South Africa qualify for Section 18A tax certificates.
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US-based donors can donate in a tax-efficient via the King Baudouin Foundation United States (KBFUS). Go to www.kbfus.org, click on the ‘Donate Now’ button and select “Endangered Wildlife Trust. For more information about other ways of giving, contact Tammy Baker