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The essential services of the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve – part 2

Part 2 of our Essential Services Series highlights the optimistic, organised and outstanding operational services of the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve .

Guest Blog – Growing Resilience in Wildlife Communities by Sarah Bergs

Nourish has solutions to break the poverty cycle and create healthy resilient communities are ultimately those that link individuals and communities back to their wildlife heritage.

COVID-19 may not INFECT our wildlife, but it AFFECTS our wildlife.

Tourism has an important role to play in placing the South African economy on a sustainable inclusive growth trajectory. ourism contributes on average 8% of the annual gross domestic product(GDP) of South Africa. Without the tourism sector, many of our wildlife areas would not exist today.

Guest blog – A day in the life of a Wildlife Veterinarian – Getting to know Dr. Joel Alves.

An up-close and personal interview with Dr. Joel Alves, a young and determinded wildlife veterinarian.

The essential services of the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve – part 1

Our field rangers and control room operators are not only an essential service, but they are a critical and invaluable asset to ensure the protection of our reserves wildlife.

Dances with Painted Wolves

Painted wolves, from their Latin name Lycaon pictus, better known as African wild dogs, are endangered. Population estimates left in the wilds range from 5000 to 6000 animals. Read our latest blog here.

Staying in the game: Financing the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve

Paying for things that money can’t buy: Another year of funding the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve – Read more here about our evolving and highly successful reserve financing model.

The 24th ever reported sighting of a Golden Pipit in Southern Africa was recorded in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve.

A male Golden Pipit (Tmetothylacus tenellus) was spotted last week along the  Argyle road (24.192963S, 31.359435E) by Tim Gaunt, Safari Manager of Motswari. He happened to be in the right place at the right time! According to the Southern Africa […]

Guest Blog – Ensuring the survival of elephants and their habitats and promoting their harmonious co-existence with humans.

About Elephants Alive For more than twenty years, Elephants Alive (originally Save the Elephants SA), has been studying the elephants of the Greater Kruger Area, more recently known as the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Our study area spans three countries […]

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