A Rewilding like No Other: Mongooses Go to Zimbabwe

No animal is too big or too small, and each individual matters in our conservation of biodiversity. Today we look at the twelve banded mongooses who were rescued and rehabilitated by Wild and Free and now thriving in their new home in Zimbabwe.

Critically Endangered Black Rhino Orphan Rescued

n a heartbreaking scene, we found a lonely and vulnerable orphaned black rhino calf, whose mother was shot by poachers. On the boundaries of Kruger, there is little NGO or tourist attention; yet WeWild Africa stepped in and rescued the calf.