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MOPANE’S WEIGHT PROGRESS SINCE HE ARRIVED AT HESC

Share this article…In December 2017, little Mopane, an orphaned elephant arrived at HESC in bad shape, and weighing in at only 78kg.  This tough little guy has really come a long way, and as we stand he is now weighing 132kg, just 5 months later. We thought we would create this dedicated blog, which we will update monthly, tracking his weigh-in’s in one place, with a couple of photo’s highlighting…
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Update on the Caracals Released 10th December 2017.

Share this article…On the 10th of December 2017, we released two caracal’s, one female and one male, onto the Kapama Game Reserve. Five months later, we have not been made aware of any incidents concerning the two caracals,  so we can assume that no news is good news, and they must be surviving well in their new surroundings. CLICK HERE TO READ for more details about their release in our original blog….
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HESC THANK YOU’S – APRIL 2018

Share this article…It is that time of the month that we love the most, to say THANK YOU to every person, organisation, or business that supported us. Donations, adoptions and partaking in our centre tours, allows us to do what we do, and we could not operate without your generosity and ongoing support.  So it is with much gratitude, that we acknowledge and thank our valued supporters for their April contributions….
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