Nestled among traditional Xhosa homes, with herds of speckled Nguni cows wandering past, Bulungula Lodge is a wonderful spot from which to experience the slow-paced life in the Transkei.
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The Wildlife ACT Fund assisted with the relocation of a new population of black rhino in South Africa. Using a specialised technique, the team airlift the rhino to their new home.
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The Wildlife ACT Fund team collar the matriarch of an elephant herd and a bull white rhino.
Ard Matthews, the lead singer of famed South African band Just Jinger, gets some first-hand rhino conservation experience.
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Two critically endangered African painted dogs from Tembe National Elephant Park were successfully relocated to Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park.
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When working with wild animals, plans rarely go according to plan. The Wildlife ACT Fund team collar the matriarch of an elephant herd in the Bonamanzi Game Reserve, Kwazulu-Natal.
A video of Zambia’s Liuwa Plain National Park.