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Natural Selections by Don Pinnock

Taking on the Arctic for Wilderness Foundation

The vast, frozen expanse of the Yukon awaits John Beel and David Abratt from Medivet UK. They're not just seeking personal conquest in this 430-mile ultramarathon; they're on a mission to raise awareness of the rapidly changing landscape, and crucial funds for...

WFA and VWSA celebrate 35 years of partnership

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 1 December 2023 VWSA celebrates 35-year partnership with Wilderness Foundation Africa VWSA has supported WFA since 1988 The partnership has made an impact in terms of conservation and youth development Kariega – Over 2,7 million kilometres...

New partnership to accelerate nature protection

Wilderness Foundation Africa is pleased to announce it has partnered with EarthToday tech company and the Union of Nature Foundation, as they share common goals of protecting and sustaining landscapes to safeguard biodiversity and secure our planet for future...

Veld rehabilitation on Tanglewood Conservation Area

Within the proposed Albany Biodiversity Corridor, on the Wilderness Foundation Africa owned Tanglewood Conservation Area property, veld rehabilitation methods are being piloted. This joint initiative between the Foundation and Conservation Landscape Institute, is...

Of rain and reflections

Cities are home to more than half the people on Earth. Cities are noisy, crowded, complex, often smelly and can be so stressful. They’re all the things a calm home in which to lay your weary head should not be. True peace lives elsewhere – in the natural world, our...

Antarctica’s water wonder

Water is so common it hardly bears notice until rain takes a holiday and the taps run dry. Nearly three-quarters of the planet is covered with the stuff. But in fact, it’s an absolutely magical substance – and when it becomes ice it can blow your mind. Water breaks...