Second relocation of Wild Dogs to Gorongosa

Oct 31, 2019

Following the successful translocation of a pack of Wild Dogs to Gorongosa National Park during 2018 and 28 pups later, the team is doing it again.

Pilots Raymond Steyn and Tim Webster (Pilatus PC-12 Centre Southern Africa) are on their way to Khamab with Cole Du Plessis from the Endangered Wildlife Trust. The dogs will be darted first light tomorrow morning, Thursday 31 October, and loaded into a Cessna Caravan for their long journey. All the best to the entire team! We hope to see some more of these gorgeous pups in Gorongosa.

Wild Dogs loaded and ready for their journey from the Kalahari to Gorongosa National Park. Flying in style in a Cessna 208 Grand Caravan.

Up and away! A precious cargo of Wild Dogs on their way to Gorongosa National Park. Once again, a spectacular takeoff by Bateleurs pilot Raymond Steyn.

The Wild Dogs all awake and enjoying an easy meal.

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