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The first African wild dogs in Namibia collared outside of protected areas

"... They live, and die, for their pack"

Cole du Plessis
Coordinator of the Wild Dog Range Expansion Project


"My last words are to the younger readers, who can easily be overwhelmed by the magnitude and complexity of the problems the world is facing today. If you believe in a cause and are prepared to stand up for it with passion and perseverance, you can make a difference. Conserving our natural environment will not make you materially rich, but there is no greater satisfaction than having made our planet a better place to live on, even if it is in a very small way."

-Garth Owen-Smith

© 2023 Kalahari African Wild Dog Conservation Project

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