Wolf Scyzor

Wolf Conservation: Our new wolves Bartek, Scyzor and Geralt

Wolf Conservation: Our new wolves Bartek, Scyzor and Geralt In 2021, we look back on a successful year in our wolf conservation project. Together with a team of 12 people, a total of 3220 hours were invested in the search for wolves and…


10,000 Masks for SAVE-Botswana

10.000 Masken für SAVE-Botswana Winter Medical provided over 10,000 original packaged masks and shipped them with SAVE to Botswana to support families and project workers there. Botswana is also suffering from the 4th wave of…


SAVE Lions - New lion conservation project in Botswana

SAVE Lions - Living with lionsAfrica’s lion population has plummeted by 43 percent in two decades. Experts estimate that fewer than 20,000 lions live there today. The SAVE Wildlife Conservation Fund, together with Pro Wildlife, now…


Good news for Matsaudi (Botswana)

18. June 2021|In E4C - Education for Conservation, Educational work, GeneralGood news for Matsaudi (Botswana)The next Learning Center for 60 to 100 children and youngsters will be established early next year in Matsaudi, a community on the…


Dingalo - a SAVE success story

14. June 2019|In General, E4C - Education for Conservation, Educational work Dingalo - a SAVE success storyDingalo was born in late 1995 in Kasane. He was only seven years old when his mother died. Four years later his father also passed…


SAVE supports environmental education in Botswana

7. November 2018|In General, Africa, E4C - Education for Conservation, Educational work New environmental education center opened in ShakaweOn July 6th, 2018 another milestone was set by SAVE in Botswana. The Botshelo Trust Learning…


SAVE Wildlife Learning Book

The SAVE Early Childhood Development Curriculum

9. May 2017|In Educational work, General, E4C - Education for Conservation The SAVE Early Childhood Development CurriculumThe specifically developed book supports our SAVE teachers in preparing children between four and six years old for…


The SAVE Wildlife Conservation Fund at the International Congress in Spain

9. May 2017|In General, E4C - Education for Conservation, Educational work The SAVE Wildlife Conservation Fund at the International Congress in SpainSAVE sponsored research paper and its implications for the protection of wolves and for…