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Hippo walking
Ubuntu Wildlife Trust works in Maputaland (formerly Tongaland) in the northern parts of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is sometimes erroneously referred to as part of Zululand but is a region on its own further north of Zululand. It is an area of incredible natural beauty, species richness in both fauna and flora, and has huge...
Butterfly
Ubuntu Wildlife Trust works in Maputaland (formerly Tongaland) in the northern parts of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is sometimes erroneously referred to as part of Zululand but is a region on its own further north. It is an area of incredible natural beauty, species richness in both fauna and flora, and has huge conservation importance...
Anti poaching dogs
Hluhluwe-imfolozi park (HiP) is home of the white rhino and the frontline against syndicated rhino poaching. The Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife HiP K-9 unit play a crucial component in this fight. The fearless canine warriors and their dedicated handlers form part of the thin green line putting their lives on the line for conservation. A huge...
FREEME Wildlife Logo
Ubuntu Wildlife Trust is thrilled to announce our partnership with FREEME Wildlife. We are also pleased to announce that the CEO of FREEME Wildlife, Wade Whitehead will be joining our board of trustees. Wade is an asset to our charity with his wealth of knowledge and expertise in the field of wildlife conservation. FREEME Wildlife is a...
Cheetah health check by vet
Ubuntu Wildlife Trust is very excited to share with you all a new project we will be supporting. We will be working with Cheetah Outreach Trust in their latest project to collect data on the movement, using a Satellite tracking collar, of a recently rescued and rehabilitated male cheetah. Photo credit Ashia Cheetah Conservation. Cheetah...
donation poster
Since the birth of Ubuntu Wildlife Trust, our team has been extremely busy with our current projects, also identifying areas where our support is needed and putting together new (and very exciting) projects. Behind closed doors our team is working hard both in the UK and our guys on the ground in South Africa. We...
Today (27th September 2020) Ubuntu Wildlife Trust donated 60 units of PetEMed to Kruger National Park K9 Centre, South Africa. A fundraiser was set up back in July to raise £350 to purchase 60 units of PetEMed, after being asked to help support the SANPark’s Kruger National Park Anti-Poaching K9 Centre. After successfully raising the...
white rhino
White Rhino, typically identified by the wide, square lip. There are three species of rhino found in Africa. White rhinos are the second largest land mammal and two genetically different subspecies exist, Northern and Southern white rhino and are found in two different regions of Africa. Southern White rhinos Ceratotherium simum are classified as ‘Near...
Great White Shark
Great white shark, photo credit : Gerald Schombs. There are more than four hundred and fifty known species of shark in the world, with 98 different species of shark found in South Africa’s ocean. Species include, the world’s largest shark, the Whale shark (Rhinocodon typus), the incredible Great white shark (Carcharodon Carcharias), the unmistakeable Tiger...
African elephant with cheetah
In the ideal world we would all live in harmony with wildlife and nature would thrive as it is intended. Unfortunately, our negative impact on this planet has caused detrimental effects and irreversible changes to the planet. Ecosystems are being destroyed at alarming rates and species are vulnerable to extinction or are already extinct in...
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