Saving the Survivors is a field-based South African non-profit conservation organization that aims to maintain biodiversity by caring for and rescuing threatened and endangered wildlife species, by partnering with governmental, non-governmental, community and private stakeholders.
It was started in 2012 to treat and care for injured endangered wildlife species. Our main focus is on rhino that have survived poaching attempts, but we also routinely work with cheetah, lion, leopard, African Wilddog, Sable and Roan antelope, and elephant.
Most of these animals are being treated in the bush in their natural environment, as transporting them is not always possible, and it is often extremely stressful. We work throughout Southern Africa, but we also offer assistance to endangered species worldwide.