• R.I.P Cecil (2002 - 1st July, 2015)

    #Cecilthelion, Hwange Lion Project. Support Lion Conservation efforts. Donate now.
  • 2015 Shongologlo Tour offers for SATIB Conservation Trust supporters:

    Get up to 40% discount off published rates, and support our wildlife conservation projects. www.satibtrust.com/shongololo-express/
  • Graceful, Elegant, Explosive ... Endangered?

    Struggling to overcome human conflict, loss of habitat and lack of genetic variation
  • Intelligent, Self-Aware, Compassionate ... Vulnerable & poached for its tusks

    "The animal that surpasses all others in wit and mind" - Aristotle
  • R.I.P Cecil (2002 - 1st July, 2015)

    Dr Andrew Loveridge, WildCRU ... examining Cecil in 2013. Support Lion Conservation efforts. Donate now.
  • Secretive, Elusive, Stealthy ... Poached for its skin

    Poisoned, poached, hunted and trapped
  • Powerful, Majestic, Noble... Vulnerable

    Hunted & poached for its bones ... and losing habitat
  • Solitary, Peaceful, Surprisingly Agile ... Critically Endangered

    Hunted & poached for its horn ... and losing habitat
  • Efficient, Sociable, Cunning ... Endangered

    Persecuted, Sensitive to disease ... and losing habitat
  • R.I.P Cecil (2002 - 1st July, 2015)

    Dr Andrew Loveridge ... changing Cecil's research collar in 2013. Support Lion Conservation efforts. Donate now.

Partner types: Associated Organization

Shongololo Express

The Shongololo Express began operating in 1995, providing a special train safari experience for visitors to Southern and East Africa. The Shongololo Express train travels seven countries: South Africa, Swaziland, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia, and Namibia. The train travels at night with daily stops at the top tourist destinations enabling the passengers to get off the train to explore and experience the exquisite landscape, diverse culture, heritage and wildlife of Africa with the experienced Shongololo Express tour guides.

Shongololo Express and SATIB Conservation Trust have formed a partnership whereby Friends and Supporters of SATIB Conservation Trust are offered special rates on the Shongololo Express journeys and Shongololo Express donates 20% of these fares to SATIB Conservation Trust projects. In addition Shongololo Express makes in-kind donations of equipment, materials and transportation services to SATIB Conservation Trust’s Hwange Lion Project.

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Wilderness Foundation

The Wilderness Conservancy, based in the USA, is dedicated to the conservation of endangered and threatened wildlife and wild places, on land or within the sea. SATIB Conservation Trust has worked with the Wilderness Foundation to fund a Bat Hawk Aircraft to assist anti-poaching efforts in Niassa National Reserve.

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Founded in 1986, WildCRU is part of the University of Oxford, within the Department of Zoology. It is a recognised world leader tackling the emerging biodiversity crisis and wider environmental issues by bridging the gap between academic theory and practical problem solving. WildCRU, with over 50 researchers, is one of the largest and most productive conservation research institutes in the world. With a longstanding specialization in wild carnivores, and supported by Panthera, it is now pursuing the goal to become the world’s foremost university centre for felid conservation research. SATIB Conservation Trust has been a supporter of WildCRU’s Hwange Lion Project for over 5 years.

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WESSA (the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa) is a South African environmental organisation with a mission to implement high impact environmental and conservation projects that promote public participation in caring for the Earth. SATIB Conservation Trust is working in collaboration with WESSA on the Elephants Alive project in Kruger.

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South African National Parks

South African National Parks manages a system of parks which represents the indigenous fauna, flora, landscapes and associated cultural heritage of South Africa. It is the leading conservation authority in all national parks around South Africa, responsible for 3 751 113 hectares of protected land in 20 national parks.

SCT supports the work of The Conservation Services Department of SANParks, and in particular the Veterinary Wildlife Services unit that is responsible for coordination of research on wildlife disease and their impact on human livelihoods, wildlife itself, and livestock.

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