Adopt an animal at Colchester Zoo's Umphafa Private Nature Reserve in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. White Rhinos, Giraffe, Zebra, Blesbok and Red Hartebeest have all been newly released into the reserve.
For just £25 you can adopt one of these species and make a contribution towards protecting their future.
UmPhafa adoption includes:
• Choice of adoption of Rhino, Giraffe, Zebra, Blesbok or Red Hartebeest species
• A personalised, laminated certificate
• Information Sheet about your adopted species
• Photograph in its own mount
• Exclusive UmPhafa Reserve pin badge
• Your name displayed at Kingdom of the Wild at Colchester Zoo
• A quarterly UmPhafa e-letter
Purchase online now
NB. UmPhafa adoptions are of a species and not a specific animal. The animals do not have names. The charity is pleased to accept CAF cheques. If you would like to use the method of payment, please print out and complete the relevant application form and send your payment by post to Colchester Zoo’s Action for the Wild, Maldon Road, Stanway, Colchester, Essex, CO3 0SL.
Or make a donation to the UmPhafa Reserve
There are a number of ways you can help the UmPhafa Reserve continue its important work to continue to protect and monitor existing species as well as release additional species onto the reserve in the future.
Any donations that you are able to make are gratefully received and will go a long way to assist the important conservation work of the reserve.
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