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Action for the Wild News

in Africa
The Elephant Orphanage Project in Zambia has entered a very exciting phase in the programme, with the Release Herd elephants suddenly showing an increased interest in being released! For the past two years Chodoba (now 10 years old), the oldest elephant...

in Africa
Kat Smith, one of our keepers at Colchester Zoo, volunteered at Vulpro in May 2015. As one of Action for the Wild's supported projects Kat tells us of her time with Vulpro. "I have always been passionate about vultures and wildlife...

in Africa
What a year it has been on the reserve with regards to our African Wild Dog bonding project. At the end of May 2015 the last two dogs were removed and taken to a new home where they will eventually be...

in Africa
N/a’an ku sê are continuing their work in the field of human / carnivore conflict mitigation. On the 7th April, they received a call about a leopard caught in a gin trap. Arriving at the scene, it was heartbreaking to find a...

in Africa
Young elephant calf Suni was found in the wild alone and with an axe injury to her spine. Around three years on she still suffers with partial paralysis in her back leg, but Suni has learned to walk wearing a...

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