The Waterberg Security Initiative is part of a whole network that connects and collaborates to enhance security and safety
West Dunes Aviation provides a range of helicopter services including: Game counting, game capture and game darting, as well as private charters.
The Waterberg Wild Dog Initiative works alongside the community to enhance understanding and promote the conservation of African Wild Dogs within the Waterberg. It aims to collect accurate information on the Waterberg Wild Dogs, understand and mitigate human-wildlife conflict, raise awareness, provide education, as well as leverage the ecotourism potential of the dogs.
Lapalala has worked with EWT on a number of projects and has a historical link with Clive Walker having been instrumental in founding EWT in 1973. An example of this collaboration has been work focused on wild dogs and educating communities in how to deal with these roaming predators. An on going project has been collaring and tracking wild dogs which move through Lapalala from time to time. The first video shows the attachment of the collars and the release on LW while the second shows a follow up when one of the dogs returned to Lapalala a few months later.
The African Pangolin Working Group focuses on the conservation of all African pangolin species through research, engagement with law enforcement and judiciary agencies. It is engaged in the rescue from the trade, rehabilitation and release of pangolins into nature.
AWT is a South Africa based global provider of custom built tracking devices to monitor animals. With their cross-continental experience in animal tracking and advanced systems, this family run business provides you with near real-time GPS tracking.
Waterberg Tourism is a non-profit organization, aiming to serve its members by competitively marketing the Waterberg area as an outstanding tourism destination, to both local as well as international tourists. It lists various accommodation types, events and things to do for a weekend get-away or a longer stay.
Wildlife ACT actively advances wildlife conservation by conducting ongoing and essential monitoring projects on reserves in South Africa. Wildlife ACT performs these conservation services free-of-charge and completely relies on volunteer support to fund the work. It offers various conservation- and monitoring-orientated volunteer projects.
WAG works together with reserve managers, researchers, government officials, NGOs, and veterinarians to ensure the long-term survival and conservation of the Wild Dogs in South Africa and also encourage biodiversity conservation. It focus on establishing metapopulations throughout Southern Africa and research projects.
The primary goal of the Cheetah Outreach Trust is the conservation and promotion of the co-existence of the free roaming cheetah in South Africa that live on farmland areas in South Africa.
Ashia Cheetah Conservation is dedicated to the survival of cheetahs through conservation efforts as well as ongoing release & reintroduction projects throughout southern Africa. With genetic supplementation and cheetah swapping, it effectively manages and maintains a population’s health and growth as well as the genetic and demographic integrity of the wild Cheetahs. Ashia is initiating, funding and coordinating applicable research projects in order to contribute significantly to the conservation and genetic integrity as well as the growth and range expansion of the cheetah population worldwide.
The Rhino Orphanage is engaged with the rescue, raise, rehabilitation and release of orphaned rhinos.
Save the Waterberg Rhino is a not-for-profit NGO, based in the Waterberg, Limpopo in South Africa. It focuses on fundraising as well as supporting all parties involved with saving and protecting rhino, including private game reserves. It works with many various stakeholders to identify needs, raise funds, provide equipment and help set up and fund security enhancements for the area that contribute to protecting rhino.