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Year in the Wild

Year in the Wild -

Scott Ramsay works as a freelance photographer and writer focusing on the national parks, nature reserves and community conservancies of Southern Africa. In 2012, as fulfillment of a long-held dream, he completed Year in the Wild, a journey to South Africa’s most special protected areas, including all 19 national parks and several provincial reserves. From July 2013 to October 2014, he will be travelling again, this time to more than 40 protected areas in Southern Africa.


The Animal Demograpy Unit

The Animal Demograpy Unit -

The ADU is an organisation that for two decades has contributed to conservation biology by collecting, analysing and disseminating information on populations of wild animals. This is achieved through collaborative participation and citizen science projects, long-term monitoring, statistical modelling and population-level interpretation of results. To date the ADU has curated more than 15 million records of biodiversity distribution data for southern Africa, and is now focused on extending its geographic and taxonomic reach further into Africa.


Year in the Wild

MammalMap -

The African Mammal Atlas Project (MammalMAP) aims to update the 21st century distribution of all African mammals through collaboration with scientists, private and national conservation agencies, museums and citizen scientists. At this stage, they have collected over half a million records and have the largest consolidated database for African mammals on the continent.


Cape Leopard Trust

The Cape Leopard Trust -

The Cape Leopard Trust is an active predator conservation working group. It uses research as a tool for conservation, finding solutions to human-wildlife conflict and inspiring interest in the environment through an interactive and dynamic environmental education programme. Since its inception, it has become an authority on predator conservation in the Cape, and one of the leading authorities in SA.


Cape Nature

CapeNature -

CapeNature is a public institution with the statutory responsibility for biodiversity conservation in the Western Cape. CapeNature is driven by the vision to establish a successful 'Conservation Economy' - embraced by all citizens of the Western Cape and to transform biodiversity conservation into a key component of local economic development in the province.



Wildlife ACT

Wildlife ACT -

Wildlife ACT runs critical endangered and priority species conservation projects in Africa. They focus on Cheetah, African Wild Dog, Rhino, Lion, Elephant, Leopard and Vulture.

You can join their professional team, who are supported by the WWF, and contribute to their conservation work, while simultaneously having the African wildlife experience of a lifetime. Wildlife ACT‘s projects are conducted on game reserves in Zululand, South Africa – an area which resounds with the heartbeat of Africa, and which is one of the most diverse and productive wild lands on the planet.