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31/01/2023

World-First Elephant Translocation Progresses

Progress continues on our world-first project to rewild Howletts’ cherished herd of 13 elephants from the UK to Kenya. Working closely with the Kenya Wildlife Service, comprehensive ecological assessments continue to be conducted at the chosen site...

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31/01/2023

Harry: A New Chapter

In 2019, a daring rescue took place against the dramatic backdrop of the African bush. A magnificent bull elephant, weighing approximately five tonnes, had been pushed out of a herd on his home reserve in the Eastern Cape and was reported by...

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31/01/2023

Tipping the Scales: Offering Hope for Pangolins Across South Africa

Our team has recently been working closely with partners to undertake vital conservation work with a fascinating new species: pangolins.

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31/01/2023

Umbhali: An Inspiring Rescue Story

In April 2022, our partners at Love Lions Alive in South Africa wereinformed that a small, male lion cub was being held in awful conditionsat a farm close to the town of Warden.

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31/01/2023

Field update: South Africa 2022/23

Partnership with Wild & Free Continues to Save and Successfully Rewild Animals Across Mpumalanga Province

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31/01/2023

Rewilding Primates in Need in Java

There are two main aspects to our work in this region: rewilding primates from our partner parks and saving them on the ground, often from the horrific illegal pet trade.

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31/01/2023

UK Lion Duo Begin New Life in South Africa

Back in Spring, the team at our partner park, Howletts, waved goodbye to abeloved pair of boisterous lion cubs, Azi and Zazu.

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23/01/2023

Alec & Sam's Mount Kilimanjaro Challenge

In September 2022 Alec and his wife Samantha undertook the challenge of climbing to the summit of Kilimanjaro to help raise vital funds for The Aspinall foundation - a charity which works to promote animal conservation around the world.

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14/11/2022

Working to Save Javan Gibbons

Over the past few months, our Aspinall Indonesia team have been very busy across all the activities that form our Javan gibbon rehabilitation and release programme.

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26/08/2022

Announcing our first project in Sumatra

Left: Rescued Siamang gibbon at our centre in Java. Right: Captive-bred Siamang at our parks in the UK

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