Posted April 1, 2021 in All
2020 Annual Project Report
Since 2005, Action for the Wild has been working to set up the 6,000 hectare UmPhafa Private Nature Reserve in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. We have been working to rehabilitate the land, which was previously managed as separate cattle farms, to return it to a healthy state after the intensive grazing, and also to release native animal species back onto the reserve.
Many species have been released; these species include zebra, nyala, giraffe, red hartebeest, blesbok, waterbuck, common reedbuck, blue wildebeest, ostrich and most notably, white rhinoceros. Since their release, many species have also given birth.
More on the projects supported by Action for the Wild in 2020, including the UmPhafa Reserve can be found on our annual report.