Category: News from the Wild

Current information on the activities undertaken by Wild At Life.

News
Published: May 10, 2024

Exciting news from our sanctuary! We’re thrilled to introduce you to the newest member of our rescue family: Madeleine, a baby buffalo! Though her start in life was tough, this little fellow is already stealing hearts. Found near her mother’s body, we’ve welcomed her with open arms, and she’s quickly adapted to life with us. […]

Project update
May 6, 2024

Wild at Life operates an elephant sanctuary in Zambia, home to 9 poaching and drought survivors, alongside Sox the hippo. Let by the matriarch Madinda, they are living peacefully, roam freely, crossing the river daily and sometimes venturing into Zimbabwe

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April 29, 2024
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March 17, 2024

Our organization is dedicated to combating this tragedy through innovative measures. We employ AI-powered tracking devices, allowing us to monitor their movements and swiftly respond to any threats. Additionally, we collect plasma samples to create a comprehensive database, aiding in

Project update
March 17, 2024

What The Mission Is About Our mission of wildlife conservation and anti-poaching has been very successful so far. In honor of Caita, a chimpanzee that became a victim of poachers, the ongoing rescue operations of trafficked primates in Angola was

Project update
March 15, 2024

Wild at Life e.V. is an international conservation & rescue NGO acting in the field of antipoaching, illegal wildlife trade, canned hunting, war zone / natural disaster rescue & animal welfare by providing them with safe habitat, promoting public awareness

Project update
December 16, 2023

Angola Chimpanzee trafficking and poaching pose severe threats to these intelligent and endangered primates. Illegally captured chimpanzees often endure traumatic experiences, separated from their families and natural habitats. The trafficking of chimpanzees not only disrupts ecosystems but also raises ethical

Project update
August 6, 2023

Four days before World Lion Day 2023, Alma passed at the age of 23.

Project update
May 20, 2023

To prevent the situation from escalating, Eva was moved to live with Christiaan, an older lion who sadly lost his partner to old age.

Project update
April 26, 2023

Thanks to your donations, we were able to supply food to all the zoo animals as well as pay the animal caretakers. In doing so, the two lions – who we have since named Ton and Mirella – are back

Project update
April 15, 2023

When Asli, the founder of Wild at Life e.V., visited Bela Bela sanctuary in mid-April, one of her To-dos is to relocate Süleyman to a larger space now that he is stronger and does not need constant monitoring.

Project update
April 10, 2023

Asli the lioness was recently spotted with her cubs.

Project update
March 24, 2023

We are so delighted to share the progress made by the lioness that was previously too weak to stand. She is now able to stand on all four and eat on her own!

Project update
December 15, 2022

Relocation to Congo With the limited means and political tensions that were rising in the region, Wild at Life e.V. provided Januario with the best that we could. He had what he needed but unfortunately, his living condition was subpar.

Project update
December 5, 2020

Shadow lived inside a concrete cage that was his ‘home’ for the eight years of his miserable life. He never touched grass, never seen a tree or blue sky, and his disgraceful home was a state-owned zoo in an area

News
July 27, 2019

Wild at Life e.V. is proud to be the new partner of Eis Fontanella Frankfurt, a wonderful family business that started in 1957. They have introduced two new flavours – vegan ice cream, and banana with chestnut and cranberry ice

News
November 8, 2018

Our USA Representative and dearest friend Kristy Drinkwater’s tremendous love and effort for Wild at Life e.V. has led her to get the amazing support of Pelzer Winery! They are doing a fundraiser for our Chimpanzee Rescue Project! If you

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