One of the biggest privileges up to date has got to be having the opportunity to help the Pangolin species. The opportunity to assist on rescues and the humbling releases of this prehistoric yet incredibly cute animal.
If you wish to experience working hands-on with a variety of animals, you care about animal welfare and want to be involved in animal rehabilitation then Free to be Wild
We were recently visited again by Margrit and Russ from Nikela and were thrilled to show them around and for them to see how much the Sanctuary had grown since
Watch an interview Baye had with Nikela about how the Sanctuary came into being and her plans to make it bigger to enable it to come to the aid of as many injured creatures as it could.
Felicia, the fruit bat, came to Free to be Wild after escaping the claws of a crow and the jaws of a lion! (Talk about running the gauntlet!) We nursed
Free to be Wild is extremely grateful to have met Margrit and Russ, from Nikela, and forever thankful for their help in raising awareness of the Sanctuary and assist with
Free to be Wild has released 11 lesser bushbabies in the last 3 years, each of these has come to us with a unique story but all have been lucky
When one of our latest rescues, a baby vervet monkey dubbed Pepe le pew, noticed the spots on our Dalmatian Indigo he soon got to work trying to remove the
As reported by NEWS24: “You’ve heard of hippos being trapped by sinking water levels due to drought, but what about fish? Zimbabwe’s state wildlife authority, aided by conservationists, has taken