HESC | WCT THANK YOU BLOG

Weekends are always full of thank yous thus we would love to say thank you to our awesome supporters from the last 2 months. HEALTH & HYGIENE F10 PRODUCTS Special thanks to Health & Hygiene for donating products towards the HERD orphanage. We are extremely grateful for the continuous support. Thank you! THE PLATTER PROJECT A BIG thank you to the Platter Project for their continuous support towards the orphaned rhinos…
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Two more rhinos released from HESC

… a story of rehabilitation and love at first sight It is with great joy that we can confirm that two more rhinos have been released back into the wild. The white rhinos Ike and Phillipa were rehabilitated at HESC after poaching incidents left both severely injured and traumatised, but they are now back in nature to roam free where they belong. Their story is one of triumph over adversity…
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Lente Roode on the release of Gertjie and Matimba

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It’s been a month now since Gertjie and Matimba have been back in the wild and from the reports we are receiving the two have adapted very well to their new environment. They still barely leave each other’s side and have been exploring their new environment non-stop, Gertjie in front with Matimba following on his heels. How I miss these two big beautiful animals at HESC. For five years they…
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Cheetah Cubs Born at HESC

Shelly and her four cheetah cubs born early May in captivity at HESC have delighted all who have had the pleasure of seeing them. So beautiful and barely nine weeks old, the four cheetah cubs born at HESC earlier this year still sport the thick coat of fur, or mantle, that is characteristic of young cubs. The mantle is thought to provide camouflage and protection from predators in that it…
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Moose and Mickey, the Two White-Tailed Mongooses are released back into the wild

In January of this year, we reported that two White-Tailed Mongooses had been brought into our care at HESC. We named them Mickey and Moose. They were two separate cases but arrived in one month of one another. Moose was the first to arrive of the two. She had been found as a young pup on her own in a plantation by the person who brought her in. They had…
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