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Wildlife ACT Participates in Wildlife Ranger Problem 2022

On Saturday seventeenth September Wildlife ACT joined 94 groups throughout 21 African nations in collaborating within the Wildlife Ranger Problem 2022.

It was a privilege to take part in such an incredible occasion which brings a lot wanted consideration to and highlights the onerous work and dedication of Wildlife Rangers in defending Africa’s wildlife and the habitats on which they rely.

“Having lived and labored in a lot of the Reserves throughout Zululand for the previous 5 years, I’ve been lucky to satisfy and work together with many onerous working and devoted rangers. It was a humbling expertise for me to take part on this yr’s occasion and have the ability to honour their work.” – Wildlife ACT’s Wild Canine Programme Supervisor, Mike Staegemann.

This yr’s 19 km Wildlife Ranger Problem route took our group by way of the mFulaWozi Wilderness and into the far western part of the breath-taking iMfolozi Sport Reserve throughout the Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife managed Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park. Though it was at instances extraordinarily gruelling with the 22 kg backpacks and 32 ᵒC climate circumstances, the group accomplished the route in simply over 4 hours.

Congratulations to all of the groups that participated on the day and made the occasion an enormous success. A giant thanks to the mFulaWozi Wilderness for permitting us to stroll together with your group on the day.

Our Wildlife Ranger Problem 2022 Workforce:

Mike Staegemann (Wild Canine Programme Supervisor)

Alex Neiman (uMkhuze Precedence Species Monitor)

Chris Farren (Tembe Precedence Species Monitor)

Gareth Robinson (iMfolozi Precedence Species Monitor)

Assist the Wildlife ACT Ranger group by donating right here:

Extra data at #ForWildlifeRangers


Tusk’s mission is to amplify the influence of progressive conservation initiatives throughout Africa. The charity has earned a fame for offering a extremely environment friendly answer for funding wildlife conservation programmes. Tusk companions with the best native organisations, investing of their in-depth information and experience. By supporting and nurturing their conservation programmes, it helps speed up progress from an revolutionary concept to a scalable answer. For greater than 30 years, Tusk has helped pioneer a formidable vary of profitable conservation initiatives throughout greater than 20 nations, rising very important safety for over 70 million hectares of land and greater than 40 completely different threatened species. However the menace to Africa’s distinctive pure heritage stays actual and extra pressing than ever.

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