LEOPARD REMOVED FROM ANTELOPE CAMP JULY 2023
Predation is one of the greatest challenges with antelope reintroductions.Ideally in healthy ecosystems all living things live in harmony in a sustainable fashion. We call this biodiversity. Sadly when conserving rare and endangered antelope we sometimes have to interfere with this healthy balance...
BACK TO AFRICA KENYA
VISIT NOVEMBER 2022
Back To Africa director Hamish Currie attended a meeting in Nanyuki with the RCFP Expert Advisory Committee for the Mountain Bongo Reintroduction and Recovery Programme for the Ragati and Chehe Forests, Mt. Kenya. Back to Africa is involved in an advisory capacity with the recovery of mountain Bongo in these forests.
BACK TO AFRICA ESWATINI
VISIT JUNE 2022
Back to Africa director Hamish Currie visits roan breeding project in EswatiniThe last wild roan died in a snare in Swaziland in 1961.
Back to Africa imported roan antelope to the then Swaziland from Marwell Zoological Park in the UK and from Zoo Dvur Kralove in the Czech Republic and there are now 50 animals in the Mlilwane
reserve in the Ezulwini Valley in Eswatini.
2022 - APPOINTMENT OF NEW DIRECTORS
We are pleased to announce the appointment of our two new directors Dr’s Joel Alves and Ben Muller. Both are wild life veterinarians resident in Hoedspruit Limpopo province South Africa. They have both worked in a variety of African countries including Mozambique, Nigeria and Senegal. Our previous directors Dr’s Peter Morkel and Michael Knight will stay on as senior advisors
2019 BACK TO AFRICA DIRECTOR PETER MORKEL TRANSPORTS ZOO RHINOS TO RWANDA
Back to Africa director Peter Morkel transports zoo rhinos to Rwanda