RUN/WALK LIKE A WILD DOG
Looking for ways to keep fit during lockdown? Why not take part in EWT Conservation Champion Rowan Ferreira’s Walk like a Wild Dog challenge, and make a difference to conservation too!
“Using GPS collar data averages for Wild Dogs in the Kruger National Park, we calculated that the average kms that a Wild Dog covers per day is 5.4 km, 46.5 km over 7 days and 85 km over 14 days.
We challenge everyone to run/walk like an African Wild Dog from 20 Apr – 3 May around your garden/property/house. For every 1 km you can, do we encourage you to please donate R10 as an entry fee into the challenge.”
Be sure to share your progress on our social media pages!
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