Monumental Two-Day Translocation and Rewilding of 40 Southern White Rhino

Blog Post: Monumental Translocation and Rewilding of 40 Southern White Rhino Through incredible teamwork under challenging conditions, the  Munywana Conservancy in South Africa received a donation of 40 southern white rhino to bolster their current rhino population; the first translocation of many under ‘Rhino Rewild’, an initiative to rewild 2,000 southern white rhino over the next decade.  As the sun rose, the air buzzed with anticipation. The operation was a collaboration of  world-class teams; the […]

The Wildlife Horrors of Poaching

During a patrol with Hope for Wildlife Helicopter Services and Wildscapes Veterinary Services in a South African reserve, our team encountered the dire consequences of poaching, finding numerous animals, including 9 buffaloes, killed by poachers. A hyena was collared for research to enhance reserve management. This effort, supported by Rhino Connect and the Wildlife Emergency Fund, underscores the urgent need for increased awareness and support to combat poaching.

A Historic Homecoming: South Africa Welcomes Back Cheetah from Australia

Edie, a cheetah born in Sydney’s Wild Cat Conservation Centre, made history as the first Australian-born cheetah reintroduced to South Africa, thanks to a partnership among conservation organizations. This groundbreaking effort aims to enhance genetic diversity and support cheetah conservation, demonstrating the impact of global cooperation and meticulous preparation in safeguarding endangered species.

World’s Largest Vulture Relocation

The first phase of a monumental project to secure the future of wild vulture populations in southern Africa has been triumphantly completed with the translocation of 163 Cape and African White-backed vultures into their new home at Shamwari Private Game Reserve. This collaboration between Shamwari, Vulpro, DHL, and WeWild Africa marks the largest translocation of vultures ever undertaken in the world.

Restoring Gabon’s Biodiversity Gem: The Batéké Plateau

Between the lush Gabonese rainforests and the savannahs of the Republic of Congo lies an untouched biodiversity wonder- Batéké Plateau National Park. Our sister company has already made historic strides in reintroducing the western lowland gorilla into the national park, along with chimpanzees, leopards, elephants, and giant pangolins. Join us in rewilding this hidden gem into an incredible eco-tourism destination.