DO YOU KNOW YOUR RHINO?

Do you know everything there is to know about rhinos? Perhaps… perhaps not. These facts below are great not only to drop into the middle of a conversation on your next safari or dinner party; they’re also one way to better understand these unique animals. As with much of nature and life, there is so much more than meets the eye when it comes to the rhinoceros. These fascinating creatures…
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THANK YOU | MARCH 2019

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The time of the month has come where we would like to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt gratitude to all of our March supporters from HESC and WCT. CONSERVATION BEYOND BORDERS Special thanks to Nicole Benjamin Fink from Conservation Beyond Borders for the generous donations towards the orphaned elephants in our care. We are humbled by your generosity and kindness. Thank you! THE PLATTER PROJECT Our friends at…
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The News of Little Raekie – from Adine Roode

It is with such immense sadness that I have to share the news that little Raekie passed away during the early hours of yesterday morning. All of your beautiful prayers and thoughts that we received were not in vain; I do believe it strengthened her and my team during her final hours, as she continued to be surrounded by love and compassion. I am thankful for the endless devotion of…
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HESC | WCT THANK YOU BLOG FEBRUARY 2019

We would like to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt gratitude to all of our February supporters. Their contribution is invaluable to the day-to-day operations at the centre. BOWES BROTHERS Bowes Brothers offer a unique range of handmade jewelry with a focus on detail and quality.  A percentage of direct profits are donated to selected partners. The HESC has been selected as one of the lucky beneficiaries! Special thanks…
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Lente Roode on releasing cheetahs back into the wild

The release of one of Lente Roode’s cheetahs, Tillie, into the wild on 29 February 2019 was the culmination of what she does at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre. Yesterday, Monday 11 March, after six weeks in Pidwa, Tillie was released into a 2 000 hectare enclosure where she will remain until she can fend for herself by hunting independently. For more information read the news release and the blog below….
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