Feb 8, 2012
Save our wild dogs from extinction...
Oct 11, 2010
The Kruger Park Project: Kruger is home to one of the last viable populations of wild dogs in South Africa and draws public attention to the plight of wild dogs and has provided important scientific information on the ecology of the species. An understanding of population dynamics in the park is essential for developing national strategies to improve the conservation status of these species. A novel approach has been developed to estimate population size as individuals have unique coat patterns the identification of individuals from photographs is possible. Visitors are asked to send their photographs in so that individuals can be identified, counted and the overall population size estimated. This information has been used to improve management programs for the wild dog both in Kruger National Park and outside.
Sponsor this project today and help save our wild dogs from extinction.
Become an Aquaintance: R250/year, R20/month
Become a Friend: R500/year, R40/month
Become a Cousin: R1000/year, R85/month
Become a Godparent: R2500/year, R210/month
Become a Guardian: R5000/ year, R420/month
On joining Dare to Care, you will receive a welcome pack which will include a donation certificate, subscription to our monthly e-newsletter, member discounts at the EWT e-shop, regular updates from the project you support and other benefits including tickets into EWT lucky draws to win exciting product hampers.
Or simply make a general contribution on a once off or regular basis here!
Thank you for your support