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Colchester Zoo's UmPhafa Reserve continues to grow!

We are delighted to let you know that Action for the Wild, Colchester Zoo’s...

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Intern Katie shares her UmPhafa Journey!

UmPhafa Reserve's latest intern explains why she decided to apply for the...

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UmPhafa welcomes the world's largest antelope to its land!

On 17th April 2015 a very special event took place on UmPhafa as 14...

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Anti-poaching team given a boost with army kit donation!

UmPhafa would like to say a HUGE thank you to the soldiers from the 4th...

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My first year at UmPhafa

UmPhafa Coordinator Francois Brooks tells of his experiences during his...

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Close ups of the residents on UmPhafa Reserve!

Throughout the year we ensure that we have a number of Camera traps out...

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African Wild Dog Pack Released!

On Saturday 29th November the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) in collaboration...

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The African Storm

Now that summer is on it's way here on UmPhafa it means the arrival of...

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Latest News

  • Colchester Zoo's UmPhafa Reserve continues to grow!

    We are delighted to let you know...

    Find out more
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  • Intern Katie shares her UmPhafa Journey!

    UmPhafa Reserve's latest intern...

    Find out more
    01
  • UmPhafa welcomes the world's largest antelope to its land!

    On 17th April 2015 a very...

    Find out more
    01
  • Anti-poaching team given a boost with army kit donation!

    UmPhafa would like to say a HUGE...

    Find out more
    01
  • My first year at UmPhafa

    UmPhafa Coordinator Francois Brooks...

    Find out more
    01
  • Close ups of the residents on UmPhafa Reserve!

    Throughout the year we ensure that...

    Find out more
    01
  • African Wild Dog Pack Released!

    On Saturday 29th November the Endangered...

    Find out more
    01
  • The African Storm

    Now that summer is on it's way...

    Find out more
    01

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The area of UmPhafa has one of the highest ecological carrying capacities in the whole of South Africa

Number of species officially recorded on Umphafa

Mammals 48
Birds 143
Reptiles 18
Amphibians 11
Trees 54