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UmPhafa success for the African Wild Dog Project

We had been waiting for this for day for what seemed like an eternity....

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Exciting visitors to the UmPhafa Reserve!

During the early hours of the 23rd June staff on the UmPhafa Reserve spotted...

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Previous intern fundraises for UmPhafa!

Previous UmPhafa intern Helen Wildin, has completed her sponsored coast...

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The loss of an inspirational man is mourned by many

On Friday 30th March we received the very sad news that our head game guard,...

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UmPhafa: What's in a name?

The umPhafa tree: Not only a tree that is one of South Africa’s most...

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The Rut

If you have never heard the unearthly sound of a male Impala during the...

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First Zebra Released onto the Second Portion of UmPhafa

On the 22nd March 2014 the first of the new zebra arrived onto UmPhafa....

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Poacher's Dogs Captured by UmPhafa's Game Guards

Following a long, quiet period for poaching activity on UmPhafa, a group...

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  • UmPhafa success for the African Wild Dog Project

    We had been waiting for this for...

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  • Exciting visitors to the UmPhafa Reserve!

    During the early hours of the 23rd...

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  • Previous intern fundraises for UmPhafa!

    Previous UmPhafa intern Helen Wildin,...

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  • The loss of an inspirational man is mourned by many

    On Friday 30th March we received...

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    01
  • UmPhafa: What's in a name?

    The umPhafa tree: Not only a tree...

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    01
  • The Rut

    If you have never heard the unearthly...

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    01
  • First Zebra Released onto the Second Portion of UmPhafa

    On the 22nd March 2014 the first...

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  • Poacher's Dogs Captured by UmPhafa's Game Guards

    Following a long, quiet period...

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Since its first conception, UmPhafa has seen the return of two large carnivores to the site through free migration; leopard and spotted hyena

Number of species officially recorded on Umphafa

Mammals 48
Birds 143
Reptiles 18
Amphibians 11
Trees 54