wild dogs

Help the WWDI Maintain Communications in the Field 

A story from the WWDI Project Coordinator:  The Waterberg Wild Dog Initiative (WWDI) needs handheld radios to enable communications during field operations. African wild dogs freely range through a mountainous, rugged region of the Waterberg, Limpopo, usually in areas with limited cell network coverage. Compounded by the regular load shedding periods, the lack of a

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A weekend of wine and protection for the wild dogs of the Waterberg

Since the 1990s, researchers from the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) have been monitoring reports of wild dogs roaming the Waterberg area of Limpopo province. Camera traps were installed and provided proof that a population of wild dogs was in the area despite busy roads and many other human pressures. In 2019, Reilly Mooney, an American

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Competition time

At Painted Wolf Wines we are celebrating ten years of supporting the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT’s) Wild Dog Range Expansion Project, which aims to reverse the decline of Painted Wolves (African wild dogs) by actively increasing their populations and range throughout southern Africa. Learn more about the project from the EWT’s Cole du Plessis here.

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Harvest News

At the beginning of every year Jeremy pencils into our shared calendar what will happen where and when during harvest, and this year was no different.  With a slightly more complicated model than most, we make wine in three geographically spread-out locations, and harvest grapes from several far-flung vineyards. Meticulous planning is therefore of paramount importance! However,

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