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in Africa
The Centre de Rehabilitation des Primates de Lwiro (CRPL) was established in 2002 in order to care for orphaned primates, providing them with a place for rehabilitation. As of April 2015, the centre is now home to 59 chimpanzees and 69...

in Africa
Rhino poaching in South Africa has reached crisis point. Last year 1,215 rhinos were poached across the country - that’s one every eight hours. If the killing continues at this rate, rhino deaths could overtake births in 2016-2018, meaning in the...

in Africa
On 17th April 2015 a very special event took place on UmPhafa as 14 Eland antelope were released onto the reserve. Local farmers believe that it is likely these magnificent animals had not roamed the foothills of UmPhafa for around 150 years...

in Africa
UmPhafa would like to say a HUGE thank you to the soldiers from the 4th Battalion Duke of Lancaster's who took time out of their South Africa tour to visit the team at UmPhafa and donate a large selection of kit...

in Africa
The Javan (Rhinoceros sondaicus) and Sumatran (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) rhinos are two of the world’s most Critically Endangered mammals. The current Javan rhino population is estimated to be just 60 animals in West Java’s Ujung Kulon National Park, while around 100 Sumatran...

Action for the Wild is Colchester Zoo’s charitable arm

Action for the Wild became a charity in 2004

Action for the Wild has donated over £2 million to animal conservation to date