Spring is just around the corner so why not start working on your tan and show some support for our wildlife by buying our beautiful new Disappearing Wild Dog vests for ladies in white or black (R195), and smashing new EWT golf shirts for men and ladies (R395).
You’ve loved wearing our cool and comfy animal facemasks, and now your kids can also be safe sporting our new, super cute range of baby animal masks – just in time for Spring. Don’t forget to buy from our range of wild adult facemasks as well – get one of each animal to match your mood or occasion! You and your kids can even get matching masks (if they are still young enough to think that’s cool)!work, our new range of awesome masks and stylish but comfortable winter clothes are just what you need to stay safe and warm, while helping our team to do the same as they defend our wildlife!
While we are all looking forward to warmer weather, there is always that last cold snap that hits us when we least expect it. Buy our winter warmers now and SAVE on ladies’ hoodies, men’s sweaters, beanies and long-sleeved Disappearing Cheetah shirts.
We’ve also got an exciting new book hitting our shelves on 17 September called Africa’s Wild Dogs: A Survival Story by Jocelin Kagan. The regular price for the book will be R520.00, but if you pre‐order your copy through the Endangered Wildlife Trust, you will get 15% off and only pay R442.00! Postnet to Postnet delivery costs R99.00 and offer ends 17 September 2020.
- A word from the CEO – An interview with our leading lady, Yolan Friedmann
- Griet’s ghost and the long lost rabbit: The Lettas Kraal conservation story.
- A tribute to a true conservation hero
- Women’s Month interview with Honourable Minister Barbara Creecy
- Wetland buffer restoration success in the South Kiruruma Wetland, South-western Uganda
- The female of the species is deadlier than the male
- Woman of the wind
- A friend indeed
- Conservation Champions – Reza Joseph
- The EWT Forever Forest
- Leading southern African vultures further towards extinction
- Remembering David Haddon Mitchell
- Is there a place for gender in conservation?
- Wild Chats – September
- Strategic Conservation of the Pepper-bark tree in the Soutpansberg
- Science Snippets: An update on the African Lion Database
- A word from the CEO – July 2020
- Farming for the future
- A legacy of land: Papkuilsfontein Protected Environment
- World Ranger Day – a celebration of our EWT conservation canine rangers