Black Rhino Conservation with WWF



A short documentary film about Wildlife ACT’s black rhino conservation work that is being done with WWF to help save this species from extinction.

Since 2004, over 160 black rhino have been trans-located with 10 new populations created. To date there have been more than 60 calves born on project sites. Black rhino range has increased by 220 000 hectares in South Africa through the project, with an increase of 49% of their range in Kwa-Zulu Natal.

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SUPPORT REAL CONSERVATION

Wildlife ACT funds itself by offering a Fair Trade Tourism certified volunteering program supported by global conservation authorities such as the WWF, the Endangered Wildlife Trust, Panthera and Wildlands. Find out more about how you can get involved and make a difference: https://wildlifeact.com/volunteer/

Wildlife ACT was awarded second place in the whole of Africa for Best for Habitat & Species Conservation at the African Responsible Tourism Awards.

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Africa Safari Animals Safari Africa at www.edmacsafaris.com