Protect the Painted Wolves of Mana Pools National Park
HELP PRESERVE A DYNASTY!
WHY DO THE DOGS NEED OUR HELP?
In November 2015, a pack of nine Wild Dogs were poisoned at a spring on the Southern Boundary of the Zambezi Valley.
With just 6,600 wild dogs left in the wild, it is crucial that we make an effort to protect these animals from further attacks.
The Bushlife Painted Wolf Conservancy carries out a number of projects in order to preserve the African Wild Dog populations in the Lower Zambezi Valley.
From den site monitoring to aerial surveys to community engagement and innovative research, take a look at the work we do to ensure the future of this incredible species.
"The odds are stacked against them – our planet is changing at an extraordinary rate and the habitats these animals live in are under increasing pressure, not least from the impact of humanity itself."