Spirit Wildlife Foundation

Meeting Intwandamela

By Michelle Henley - Elephants Alive, Director, Co-founder & Principal Researcher The Elephants Alive’s ID study involves taking detailed photos for identification…
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The Fab 4 and Storm

In this month's update, we wanted to give you a small glimpse into the protection of the rhinos that you support, as…
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A Birth is Announced

Spirit Wildlife Foundation is elated to announce the birth of a precious baby white rhino to mother Olive and father Storm at…
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SWF partners with The Global White Lion Protection Trust

The Spirit Wildlife Foundation (SWF) is pleased to celebrate our partnership with Global White Lion Trust (WLT). WLT has a unique approach…
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SWF partners with Elephants Alive

Spirit Wildlife Foundation (SWF) is pleased to announce and celebrate our partnership with Elephants Alive. Elephants Alive (EA) has a rich history…
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The Deadly Price of Trade in Rhino Horn

Written by Ian Kilbride There is a brutal irony to game ranger, Anton Mzimba, being gunned down a mere five days before…
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Daisy & Modjadji

Daisy is very nearly 7 months old and has just reached another monumental milestone. She was recently introduced to fellow orphans Aquazi…
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Zac update

Following observations of trembling and weak legs last month, veterinarian Dr Albertus Coetzee was called to examine Zac. Zac received massage therapy…
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The Fab 4

The rescue of an orphaned rhino calf is just the beginning of a very long and committed process to save a species…
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Celebrating the Spirit Wildlife Foundation

Sunday 5th June was World Environment Day, which presents an opportune time to profile the stellar work of the Spirit Wildlife Foundation (SWF).…
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Fab 5 update

Since 2019, Care for Wild has integrated a range of different technologies to enhance our security strategy as well as collect and…
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Zac update

We are very happy to again report that Zac is doing well. There are again significant improvements to his mobility and activity…
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Blizzy & Pebble

We can't believe how fast these two rascals are growing! It is very interesting to compare their development to that of little…
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The will to survive

Despite her highly rocky start to life, Daisy has a will to survive which is awe-inspiring and humbling. Last month Veterinarian Dr…
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Daisy is teething

Daisy was rescued on the 9th of December 2021. She was just a few hours old when she arrived at Care for…
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Fab Five Update

March was an interesting month in terms of the weather and its subsequent effect on the veldt and the rhinos' behaviour. Temperatures…
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Second rhino calf born at Care For Wild!

Just two weeks after Wyntir and her newborn made international headlines, fellow orphaned rhino River, gave birth to a little bullcalf. Baby…
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BREAKING NEWS: River gives birth to a baby boy!

Just two weeks after Wyntir and her newborn made international headlines, fellow orphaned rhino River, gave birth to a little bull calf.…
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South Africa grants permits to hunt 10 critically endangered black rhino

Spirit Wildlife Foundation is deeply concerned about the granting of permits for the hunting of ten critically endangered black rhino. We ask…
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BREAKING NEWS

Hope for rhino's as world's first rhino calf born at Care for Wild Rhino Sactuary, South Africa to orphan's of poaching. Rhino…
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Daisy’s Story

On Thursday 9th December we received a little miracle. She came in the form of a tiny rhino calf, possibly just hours…
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December update

December has challenged us more than we ever thought possible. A devastating month for rhino populations in South Africa, we received 6…
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Bless the rains down in Africa!

November has been a busy month for the team here at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary. A few weeks ago, after heavy…
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Grey, Jemu & Spirit 5 Year Rescue Anniversary

  November 2016 saw the arrival of three orphans within just a few days of each other. Grey, Jemu & Spirit were…
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Fab Five update

October has been a month of stunning change in the bush. The first decent rains of the summer have turned the yellowy…
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Meet the Fab Five

Being able to tell each of the rhinos apart is extremely important when monitoring. Each rhino has their own unique microchip number…
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Thank you for supporting an orphaned rhino

South Africa is at the centre of the rhino poaching crisis. Rhinos are being brutally murdered daily in National Parks, Provincial Parks…
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Dehorning process and why it’s important

Our dehorning operation continued this month. Over two days we successfully dehorned another 26 rhinos at Care for Wild. Whilst Lilli and…
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World Rhino Month (September)

September is always a standout month for us here at Care for Wild and the excitement grows steadily stronger each day as…
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Zac not feeling well

All of Zac's symptoms are indicators of an underlying condition. This might be linked to an old injury or a muscle related…
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Meeting Intwandamela

By Michelle Henley - Elephants Alive, Director, Co-founder & Principal Researcher The Elephants Alive’s ID study involves taking detailed photos for identification…
Continue Reading

The Fab 4 and Storm

In this month's update, we wanted to give you a small glimpse into the protection of the rhinos that you support, as…
Continue Reading

A Birth is Announced

Spirit Wildlife Foundation is elated to announce the birth of a precious baby white rhino to mother Olive and father Storm at…
Continue Reading

SWF partners with The Global White Lion Protection Trust

The Spirit Wildlife Foundation (SWF) is pleased to celebrate our partnership with Global White Lion Trust (WLT). WLT has a unique approach…
Continue Reading

SWF partners with Elephants Alive

Spirit Wildlife Foundation (SWF) is pleased to announce and celebrate our partnership with Elephants Alive. Elephants Alive (EA) has a rich history…
Continue Reading

The Deadly Price of Trade in Rhino Horn

Written by Ian Kilbride There is a brutal irony to game ranger, Anton Mzimba, being gunned down a mere five days before…
Continue Reading

Daisy & Modjadji

Daisy is very nearly 7 months old and has just reached another monumental milestone. She was recently introduced to fellow orphans Aquazi…
Continue Reading

Zac update

Following observations of trembling and weak legs last month, veterinarian Dr Albertus Coetzee was called to examine Zac. Zac received massage therapy…
Continue Reading

The Fab 4

The rescue of an orphaned rhino calf is just the beginning of a very long and committed process to save a species…
Continue Reading

Celebrating the Spirit Wildlife Foundation

Sunday 5th June was World Environment Day, which presents an opportune time to profile the stellar work of the Spirit Wildlife Foundation (SWF).…
Continue Reading

Fab 5 update

Since 2019, Care for Wild has integrated a range of different technologies to enhance our security strategy as well as collect and…
Continue Reading

Zac update

We are very happy to again report that Zac is doing well. There are again significant improvements to his mobility and activity…
Continue Reading

Blizzy & Pebble

We can't believe how fast these two rascals are growing! It is very interesting to compare their development to that of little…
Continue Reading

The will to survive

Despite her highly rocky start to life, Daisy has a will to survive which is awe-inspiring and humbling. Last month Veterinarian Dr…
Continue Reading

Daisy is teething

Daisy was rescued on the 9th of December 2021. She was just a few hours old when she arrived at Care for…
Continue Reading

Fab Five Update

March was an interesting month in terms of the weather and its subsequent effect on the veldt and the rhinos' behaviour. Temperatures…
Continue Reading

Second rhino calf born at Care For Wild!

Just two weeks after Wyntir and her newborn made international headlines, fellow orphaned rhino River, gave birth to a little bullcalf. Baby…
Continue Reading

BREAKING NEWS: River gives birth to a baby boy!

Just two weeks after Wyntir and her newborn made international headlines, fellow orphaned rhino River, gave birth to a little bull calf.…
Continue Reading

South Africa grants permits to hunt 10 critically endangered black rhino

Spirit Wildlife Foundation is deeply concerned about the granting of permits for the hunting of ten critically endangered black rhino. We ask…
Continue Reading

BREAKING NEWS

Hope for rhino's as world's first rhino calf born at Care for Wild Rhino Sactuary, South Africa to orphan's of poaching. Rhino…
Continue Reading

Daisy’s Story

On Thursday 9th December we received a little miracle. She came in the form of a tiny rhino calf, possibly just hours…
Continue Reading

December update

December has challenged us more than we ever thought possible. A devastating month for rhino populations in South Africa, we received 6…
Continue Reading

Bless the rains down in Africa!

November has been a busy month for the team here at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary. A few weeks ago, after heavy…
Continue Reading

Grey, Jemu & Spirit 5 Year Rescue Anniversary

  November 2016 saw the arrival of three orphans within just a few days of each other. Grey, Jemu & Spirit were…
Continue Reading

Fab Five update

October has been a month of stunning change in the bush. The first decent rains of the summer have turned the yellowy…
Continue Reading

Meet the Fab Five

Being able to tell each of the rhinos apart is extremely important when monitoring. Each rhino has their own unique microchip number…
Continue Reading

Thank you for supporting an orphaned rhino

South Africa is at the centre of the rhino poaching crisis. Rhinos are being brutally murdered daily in National Parks, Provincial Parks…
Continue Reading

Dehorning process and why it’s important

Our dehorning operation continued this month. Over two days we successfully dehorned another 26 rhinos at Care for Wild. Whilst Lilli and…
Continue Reading

World Rhino Month (September)

September is always a standout month for us here at Care for Wild and the excitement grows steadily stronger each day as…
Continue Reading

Zac not feeling well

All of Zac's symptoms are indicators of an underlying condition. This might be linked to an old injury or a muscle related…
Continue Reading