Tag: Endangered Wildlife Trust

PAARL – Wine & Tapas Wednesday

#Wineforgood Do you know how much we have donated to conservation organisations? The number increases every time we sell a bottle of wine. We donate between 4 and 5 % of turnover to conservation, and have done since we started the company 12 years ago….

JOHANNESBURG – Who let the Dogs in?

In September 2017, the Kruger National Park’s resident population of 250 of the most Endangered carnivore in the country was bolstered by the addition of eight new African Wild Dogs. Working with Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife (EKZNW), South African National Parks (SANParks), and WildlifeACT Fund, the…

November – update from KZN

 Jeremy received this month’s update from Cole Du Plessis of the EWT – it continues the saga of the wild dog population in KZN: “November has been a fruitful month in maintaining and expanding South Africa’s wild dog metapopulation. The greatest highlight of all was…

Dinner for the dogs

Many people are astonished to hear that there are fewer than 450 African wild dogs left in South Africa today.  The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) recognised the plight of this species back in 1997 and began a multi-faceted programme to attempt to increase their numbers. …

Dogged pursuits in KZN – new ranges

The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) in collaboration with its partners, released a pack of five African Wild Dogs onto Somkhanda Game Reserve in northern KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday 29 November 2014. Northern KZN is a Wild Dog conservation stronghold. The pack comprised two males originating from…