Today we celebrate the leopard worldwide! In Africa, they are part of the Big 5.
A lion cub was born last month at the Big 5 Conservation Project. Photo: Brad Louwrens
Today we celebrate the five species of rhinos, all of which are threatened. Photo : Africa Living – Elephant & Rhino Project
Today is World Wildlife Day! We take this opportunity to adress a huge thank you to the teams on site working tirelessly for the conservation of the African wildlife but also to the volunteers who have been trusting us for a few years now to bring their help.
Today is International Cheetah Day! Let’s not forget that the species is extremely threatened in the wild and that we should love them for what they are: wild and free animals. Photo: Cheetah Rehabilitation Project
Watch out for this space as we will add new projects in the next few days.
Today we celebrate the rangers! These men and women risk their lives to protect endangered species. Photo credit : Africa Living, Elephant & Rhino Project
A couple of exciting new conservation projects will be added in the next few weeks.
Today is World Lion Day!
South Africa has just announced that the rhino horn trade would now be legal on its territory, the aim being to reduce poachin. But a lot of specialists think that this will in fact drive rhinos to extinction in the wild. Source: https://africageographic.com/blog/rhino-horn-trading-extinction/