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The support of people near and far inspires our meaningful conservation accomplishments each and every day. Some of our most recent accomplishments include:

  • Locating nest sites of vultures within the wildlife areas around Victoria Falls to determine baseline population numbers of each species;
  • Training 30 rural primary school teachers on conservation education to enhance their knowledge on current scientific concepts and develop engaging teaching skills in the classroom;
  • Opening of a new Community Animal Health and Welfare Centre to stop the cruelty and neglect of pets and livestock, and to steward a culture of animal welfare in rural Africa;
  • Removing wire snares from a range of species including warthog, impala, baboon and giraffe, and;
  • Assessing carnivore populations through spoor and photographic surveys, and monitoring collared individuals to analyze spatial data and identify corridors used

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