Smart Parks power monitoring sensors for Hluhluwe-iMfolozi
26 July 2019
We are gearing up for what is to be one of our busiest seasons yet as we aim to translocate more than 2 000 animals.
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Our teams are finalising 15 translocation operations with a crew consisting of wildlife experts such as vets, pilots, drivers, logistics managers and range of other well-trained and dedicated men and women who will do their utmost best to ensure that every animal arrives safely in its new home.
This year, we aim to reintroduce buffalo, nyala, impala, wildebeest, giraffe, kudu, zebra, oribi, waterbuck, eland, elephant, reedbuck, sable and ostrich to wilderness areas that can offer them the space and safety they need to grow, while relieving pressure from overpopulated areas.