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Tusk Projects

Tusk has established a reputation for identifying and supporting an impressive range of conservation initiatives with an incredibly successful track record throughout Africa.

Tusk Trust - Save the Waterberg Rhino - PC Wild Revolution

Save the Waterberg Rhino

The Waterberg area of Limpopo province holds over 2,000 rhinos - the third largest population in South Africa.

South Africa

Tusk Trust - The Bateleurs Translocation of Wild Dog

The Bateleurs – Flying for the Environment in Africa

The Bateleurs is a unique non-profit organisation of volunteer pilot members who give their aviation skills, the use of their privately-owned aircraft, and their time for free in support of conservation and the environment in Africa.

South Africa

The Southern African Wildlife College

The Southern African Wildlife College (SAWC) was established in 1996 to give natural resource managers, at all levels, the motivation and skills they need to become partners in saving the continent's natural heritage.

South Africa

Tusk Trust - Vulture Conservation Release

Vulture Conservation Project

Vultures play an important ecological role by cleaning up dead carcasses and decreasing the spread of disease.

South Africa

Tusk Trust - Wilderness Foundation

Wilderness Foundation Africa

Wilderness Foundation Africa (WFA) works within South Africa, and further afield, to protect and sustain wildlife and wilderness through integrated conservation and education programmes

South Africa

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