Crane populations bounce back after concerted conservation effort in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Crane populations bounce back after concerted conservation effort in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Three crane species converge within the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa, and crane populations declined severely in this region in the 1980s. And as a result, there have since been considerable conservation efforts focused there, with notably positive results.

May 2, 2022
A brighter and more sustainable future motivating Cedarville farmers to collaborate

A brighter and more sustainable future motivating Cedarville farmers to collaborate

The Endangered Wildlife Trust takes a participative, solution-orientated approach to saving species, conserving habitats, and benefitting people, including engaging with communities to share knowledge and find solutions. Much of our work takes place outside formally protected areas, on private and communal farmland. We work with all relevant stakeholders in the various landscapes to integrate conservation and agricultural priorities to ensure that livelihoods remain viable and that biodiversity is protected.

May 2, 2022
The Uganda Crane Festival 2020 draws Grey Crowned Cranes to the celebrations

The Uganda Crane Festival 2020 draws Grey Crowned Cranes to the celebrations

The unusual happened as the International Crane Foundation/Endangered Wildlife Trust/NatureUganda Partnership celebrated cranes on 2 March 2020 in Kabale, Uganda.

Mar 27, 2020