The Centre for Animal Rehabilitation and Education - C.A.R.E., located in Phalaborwa, South Africa, is a wildlife rehabilitation facility dedicated to the care, welfare, rehabilitation and protection of injured and orphaned indigenous wild animals. The centre specializes in the care of Chacma baboons, actively pursuing their rescue, rehabilitation and release.
The centre currently houses over 400 baboons and is the only facility in Southern Africa that accepts orphaned or abandoned baboons and offers them long term care.
C.A.R.E. has pioneered many firsts in primate care, and its rehabilitation programme has gained respect within scientific and animal behavioral communities. C.A.R.E also has an incredible track record in successfully rehabilitating hand-reared animals and releasing fully formed troops back into the wild.
Bambelela Wildlife Rehabilitation Farm
Bambelela is a privately owned and operated wildlife rehabilitation and conservation farm in the Waterberg district. It is well known and especially well regarded for its exceptional work with Vervet monkeys. Bambelela offers a volunteer programme and Field Guide Assosiation of Southern Africa [FGASA] based courses for theory and practical studies.
Bambelela also has three 4-star [accredited by TGCSA] exquisite self-catering chalets available for rental, which provide guests with the opportunity for a wonderful luxury experience in the heart of the rugged bushveld. The special privilege is to share the environment with the free living Vervet Monkeys which have been rehabilitated here. You will also have the opportunity to watch other wild animals such as various antelopes, zebras, warthogs, porcupines and many different bird species which are attracted to the Groot Nylsoog River and its marsh passing through Bambelela.
Our guests can join us at Nappy Hour and play with some of the orphans in our kindergarten.
Day Visitors are welcome to book our 2h guided wildlife tour to gain knowledge about the fauna & flora of this region, our work and meet the animals in our care with great and close up photo opportunities.
With your visit you will directly support our wildlife care.
We look forward to welcoming you, soon
Big Cats On Line
Big Cats Online offers a general introduction to the various species of cat living in the wild today.
Bird And Exotic Animal Hospital
Exceptional Care for Unusual Pets.
Based at the internationally renowned Onderstepoort Veterinary Academic Hospital in South Africa, the privately run Bird and Exotic Animal Hospital focuses towards world class care of Birds, Reptiles, Primates, Fish, Small Mammals, Invertebrates and other non-traditional species.
With our highly trained and dedicated staff we are always willing to go the extra mile to make sure your treasured companion receives the best care possible.
We accept both first opinion and referral cases, please call first for an appointment so that we can see you as promptly as possible when you arrive.
Bird Watchers Digest
A super informative Bird Watchers online magazine, with great content for bird watchers. Well worth visiting!
Birds Of Eden
Birds of Eden in South Africa is the largest single dome free-flight aviary in the World. This forested sanctuary is home to over 3,000 birds of around 220 species. Birds of Eden is situated in The Crags 16km East of Plettenberg Bay off the N2, right next to Monkeyland, it's sister sanctuary. Please visit www.birdsofeden.co.za / firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lara +27 (0)82 9795683 for more information.
At the base of the majestic Outeniqua mountains in the Wilderness, lies our little charming horse ranch, Black Horse Trails. We are a relaxed and friendly bunch with whom you can enjoy a precious few hours of your holiday time, in a true animal crazy environment.
The beautiful Friesian horse is our breed of choice for our trail riding due to their friendly, easy going temperaments and good manners.
We have suitable steeds for any level of experience you may or may not have on a horses back, everyone is welcome!
Bonobo Conservation Initiative
The Bonobo Conservation Initiative (BCI) is a non-profit (USA: 501-c3) organization based in Washington, D.C. and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Our mission is to promote conservation of the bonobo and its tropical forest habitat in the Congo Basin. Together with Congolese and international partners, local communities and the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo, BCI is implementing innovative solutions to address the complex problem of bonobo conservation.
The Initiative is working to conduct bonobo surveys, establish protected areas, build capacity of Congolese partners and indigenous communities, and to increase global awareness about bonobos.
Our work is firmly grounded in a number of principles, including a belief in the importance of indigenous knowledge, stakeholder involvement, and the empowerment of Congolese organizations and communities—as well as the conviction that EVERYONE can make a difference. We encourage volunteer participation and always seek new partnerships with other like-minded organizations and individuals.
Our growing team includes experienced professionals from a range of disciplines who share a common commitment to the survival of the bonobo, as well as peace and prosperity in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Boone Smith Wildlife Capture
BOONE SMITH is a big cat wrangler who has spent 20 years catching a total of nearly 500 cougars and pumas in Chile, California, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and Colorado and collaring or marking more than 150 of them. A fourth-generation tracker and houndman raised on a cattle ranch in southeast Idaho, Smith has used his expertise to gather data on big cats, their behavior and their landscape to help scientists with conservation studies.
He is featured in two specials set to premiere during Nat Geo WILD's second annual Big Cat Week in December 2011: Hunt for the Shadow Cat and American Cougar. In American Cougar, Smith leads a scientific team on a grueling expedition to gain precious data on cougars struggling to survive in the severe landscape of the northern Rocky Mountains. In Hunt for the Shadow Cat, he investigates the female jaguar, the most mysterious of all big cats, and is finally able to enter the jaguar’s secret lair.
Smith presently works for the High Lonesome Ranch, part of the Colorado Division of Wildlife, as a capture specialist in western Colorado. In addition, he serves as a project biologist, houndman and capture crew leader for Craighead Beringia South, a nonprofit science and education institute in Kelly, Wyo., collecting data and radio collaring cougars in the Jackson Hole Basin. He conducted similar capture, collaring and data collection for the Endeavor Wildlife Research from 2005 through 2009 and for the Wildlife Conservation Society from 2001 through 2003. Earlier in his career, Smith worked as a river guide for white-water rafting, kayaking, fishing and hunting trips.
In addition to his work on cats, he has captured multiple coyotes, black bear, wolverine, deer and moose. He has assisted the Idaho Department of Fish and Game in elk relocation, mule deer winter-feeding programs, releasing incidental trapped species from leghold traps and relocation of problem wildlife.
He has a bachelor of science degree in fisheries and wildlife from Utah State University and has completed work toward a master of science in wildlife biology at his alma mater.
Smith lives in Preston, Idaho, with his wife and two children.
Born Free Usa
Look around. You'll find that this website offers you a wealth of resources to help us help animals.
Situated in the Garden Route near Mossel Bay, Botlierskop Game Reserve offers a great diversity of wildlife. Stay in Luxury, elegantly decorated en-suite tents on wooden decks along the riverbanks. Day/Overnight visitors can also enjoy guided game drives, elephant back/ horseback rides and helicopter flights and more
Brave Hearts Haven
In the beautiful foothills of the Outeniqua Mountains near Sedgefield, South Africa, you can find the Garden Route's own "Horse Whisperer", Cherie Sindall. With more than 25 years of knowledge and experience tucked firmly under her belt, she has a knack with all creatures great and small - but especially horses, which is legendary in those parts.
In her own words, here is the vision that has now become a reality in the birthing of Bravehearts.
"Bravehearts was born in honour and memory of the many Brave Hearts of creatures large and small that have come into my life over the past 30 years.
We reach into the rural areas taking supplies with us to assist and teach animal owners to take better care of their pets and livestock. At first the response was slow but over the past 5 years we have seen a steady improvement in the condition of rural animals and we realise that our efforts are not in vain. The rural people no longer view us with suspicion but rather have my contact details and call us out whenever they have an animal related problem. This is happening more often every week.
Regardless of how animals suffer or what cruelty they may endure their hearts respond with astounding warmth and love to the smallest deed of care and compassion shown to them in love. We are a haven from the stormy lives that many animals suffer, a place where they find refuge and are given the freedom to live new lives again. "
The African Wildlife Foundation provides information on the lesser galago, its physical characteristics, habitat and behaviour.
Bush Baby Sos
Welcome to the Bushbaby SOS website.
Bushbaby SOS was formed a few years ago and has done everything in its power to help preserve the lives of the Craigavon Bushbabies.
Bushbaby SOS has been incorporated into the Klein Jukskei Conservancy’s umbrella and together we will continue the fight to save their future as well as enhance the lifestyle in the Gauteng area.
Bushbabies are part of our indigenous heritage and are NOT for sale.