Having protected 2,406 acres on The South Bank of the Msinene River we are now seeking to reach an agreement with our neighbors to the north to remove our shared boundary fence. This will mean countless more animals can be protected. 

• We are also looking to expand our conservancy with our neighbors to the west. This will add an additional 531 protected acres.

• We seek to construct field offices and a research center on a small portion (1%) of the our conservancy which we will offer to regional ecologists in order for them to perform their critical work. 



With South African government budgets continuing to dwindle it is our goal to increase the number of state reserves we help by donating many more supplies and equipment. Specific goals include:

• Outfitting every ranger in Kwazulu-Natal government reserves with new uniforms.

• Funding vet and helicopter time for wildlife emergency procedures on elephants, rhinos, lions and wild dogs. 

• Researching the status of the Temminck's Ground Pangolin in northern Zululand.

• Beginning a reptile and invertebrate survey with a focus on sand forests.

• Publishing a paper on African wild dog populations on a biodiversity rich areas.