These wildlife conservation outcomes are as a result of our collaborations with globally renowned family offices, private wealth institutions, governments, national parks and environmental agencies, over the past decade.
With only 2,500 remaining in the wild, this species is critically endangered. In Tanzania we are helping to protect the endangered Eastern Black Rhino through a range of partnership programs.
With only 900 surviving in at-risk natural habitats, this species is also critically endangered. The development of Singita Kwitonda Lodge in Rwanda has a direct and positive impact on securing their future recovery.
With only 6,600 remaining animals, this species is classified as endangered. To aid recovery, Karingani Game Reserve in Mozambique recently reintroduced 17 Wild Dogs back into the wild.