your PRUNIT philosophy is intact and conservancy status has been
achieved one of the next steps could be having your rehabilitated
areas inspected for their potential for release sites for some endangered
- This can guide you in future rehabilitation decisions.
- Working with IUCN principles &KZN Ezemvelo Wildlife will help
you protect your area.
- Entice more people to be involved.
at Mariannhill through R. Winn’s involvement with research
on black-headed dwarf chameleons for KZN Ezemvelo Wildlife have
had the sites rehabilitation declared acceptable and received a
population, which seem to be thriving, from a development site.
This has led to more tours and the potential to add even more biodiversity
as our rehabilitation process progresses and will add to the long
term sustainability of your conservancy.
Night time research of Black-Headed Dwarf Chameleons
Night time release of Black-Headed
Adult Flap-Necked Chameleon