The Conservation Planning and Science Unit has been working with experts across different taxonomic groups (Amphibians, Reptiles, and Mammals) to identify Data Deficient species most likely to need protection and enhanced conservation efforts.
Eight rescued vultures that survived a mass poisoning incident in June were released back into the wild on 1 July 2023 after being successfully treated and rehabilitated
I stepped around a bush to find a little brown and grey snake with tortoiseshell scallops on its back at my feet. The excitement was so great that we almost missed the snake making a “run” for it! We had rediscovered South Africa’s most threatened snake. Number 13 in history! Finding the Albany Adder was sheer enchantment.
Surveys of two provincial roads passing through Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park (HIP) and iSimangaliso Wetland Park (ISWP) to determine how the roads impact on wild animals, what species have the highest death tolls, and how the roads could be adapted to reduce the number of animals killed on the roads.
EWT SPA Ranger, Rotondwa was recently fortunate enough to get the chance to attend the Durrell Conservation Academy’s DESMAN (Durrell Endangered Species Management) course in Jersey
The ICF/EWT was part of this year’s wetlands day celebrations in Lochinvar National Park, spreading awareness about the importance of wetlands