Unsung Conservation Heroes ~ Baye Pigors

A big thank you to Africa Geographic for featuring me as one of Africas unsung conservation heroes. Below is the article they wrote about me and Free to be Wild. It’s

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I’ve got a Baboon on my back

Our dear Bangwe, an orphaned warthog, has developed a great friendship with two of our Baboon orphans, Umfazi and Holly. They can often be found sitting on his back while

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Finley & Finch ~ The TB Years

As reported by News24: Harare Carers at a wildlife sanctuary in Zimbabwe must wait 10 months or more to see if an adorable pair of rescued baby mongooses have TB.

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Serval Release

Macho and Sabre are two Servals we were able to release back into the wild in 2016.

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The release of Bangwe the Warthog

Bangwe came to Free to be Wild when he was only a few days old. He and his sister had washed down the Bangwe river and were in a very

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Free to be Wild has been lucky enough to reintroduce two genets back into the wild.  One, Janet, was a victim of a dog attack when it was only a few weeks old.  The other, Jean, was caught on an electrical line.

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Free to be Wild is involved in an extensive hedgehog rescue program alongside with the Tikki Hywood Trust.

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Who and Who's Who were two spotted eagle owls that were confiscated from a local dealer.  These chicks were only a few days old on arrival. Raising them was a very rewarding journey, as not only did we raise them but we had to teach them how to hunt.

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Mongoose Release ~ Moyo

The release of this little mongoose was always going to be a hit and miss chance that he would ever be accepted into a wild family of banded mongoose.

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Pangolin Release

All our releases are assited by the Tikki Hywood Trust and Zimbabwe National Parks, we do not disclose release sites for safety purposes, majority of these rescues are from wildlife trafficking.

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