On Saturday, 12 August the we celebrated World Elephant Day across the earth. The concept was invented by Canadian filmmakers to bring attention to the plight of African and Asian elephants who are listed as ‘vulnerable’ and ‘endangered’ species, respectively. The movement was started in 2012, to share knowledge and positive solutions for the better…
Do your part towards wildlife Conservation
There are various ways in which people across the world can come together and help save endangered wildlife.
Your involvement, your time and your contribution, will definitely make a difference in the life of a wild animal roaming freely on the grounds of Inverdoorn.
As a community supporting wildlife, we are capable of making a great impact on the future of endangered species, therefore urging everyone to get involved and join the world, standing together saving wildlife, through volunteering, raising awareness or donating.
Make a fundamental impact on the natural life within the wild
Conservation programs such as WCCC and Rhinoprotect at Inverdoorn aims to protect these endangered species. Your support will contribute to the future of these wildlife. The contributions received goes to workings of the initiates and to the protection of all wildlife on the reserve.
Every member in society can help raise awareness. Join Inverdoorn on the mission and help raise awareness and funds, for the future of all wildlife within the wild.