New photos of rhino calves and Mr BRRRR Three new photos: [more]
Rhino sanctuary Fence repair and replacement is done on a continual basis. Road works, drainage ditches, maintenance of existing roads are also carried out on a continual basis by the JCB, Fastrac and Cat grader. We were able to raise funds for a new digital radio system, which is a great addition to security. The engineers are here now installing it. [more]
African wild dogs We have the full infrastructure in place to manage, breed, vaccinate and reintroduce the wild dogs, but the feed regime is such a rigorous task as there can be no failure in the daily meat supply. These dogs can never have enough meat and it really does add to their overall health. [more]
Mr BRRRRR Our orphaned elephant does well. He is now two years old! It has certainly been an intensive period. He will continue to be milk dependant for another year or so, and then we will slowly wean him over the following year or two. We have moved him over to the old elephant compound that was originally constructed to house the 27 year old zoo-raised elephant (Nina) that we took from a zoo and reintroduced back into the wild. [more]
Preserving wildlife …more
Helping communities …more
Supporting education …more
Supporters and infrastructure …more
The George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust was formed in England in 1979 to raise funds for the work being done in the Kora National Park in northern Kenya by George Adamson and his assistant Tony Fitzjohn.
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25th Anniversary of the Mkomazi Project
The George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust will be celebrating 25 years of the Mkomazi Project with a Reception at the Royal Geographical Society on the evening of Thursday September 25th. Tony Fitzjohn will be there to ‘tell the story’. If you would like to attend, please email our administrator, Georgina Mortimer, for further details on firstname.lastname@example.org, or call her on 020 8343 4246. We would be delighted to see you there.
Tony Fitzjohn's book "Born Wild" was released in September 2011- see here for details