THE EWT TURNS 50
What started as one man’s dream in 1973 has grown into an unconquerable force in the fight against extinction.
Half a century after it was founded, the Endangered Wildlife Trust has achieved immeasurable gains for wildlife conservation. Join us as we celebrate EWT’s 50th anniversary
To honour the EWT’s 50th anniversary and ensure we can continue our work, we are building a Fund for the Future. Donate towards the next 50 years of conservation by contributing to our goal of raising R5 million.
Your gift will be a building block in the foundation on which we will build a stronger future.
911 Vulture Ambulance
Emergency Response for poisoned vultures
With the relentless surge in wildlife poisoning throughout the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area (GLTFCA) region, the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) has worked tirelessly with key donors to build a custom Vulture Ambulance.
This Vulture Ambulance is a vital mobile rescue station fully equipped to treat and transport poisoned vultures and give them the best chance of survival.
Leap Day for Frogs is a national awareness day to celebrate South Africa’s frog diversity and bring attention to our furless friends the frogs! This year, we celebrate the 10th Leap Day in South Africa by bringing you fun frog facts weekly and invite YOU to share your frog facts with us.
Celebrating Women in Conservation
During Women’s Month, the EWT is paying homage to women in the conservation space who are doing their bit to save species, conserve habitats, and benefit people.
Meet these amazing women here and on social media under #EWTWomanCrushWednesday.