RESEARCH – PhD Opportunity

We are seeking a student, who is interested in completing a PhD in pangolin research. They will be registered at the University of Pretoria, South Africa and based in a Conservancy in KwaZulu-Natal. Suggested study title: Adaptive behavior, habitat use and ecological traits of Temminck’s…

EVENT – Pangolins are people too

Thursday 13 May 2021 at 18h30 Join environmental activist, author and broadcaster, Richard Peirce, as he chairs a panel discussion about pangolins and their survival. Pangolins rescued from traffickers come in all shapes, sizes and states of health. Do the rehabilitators ever feel like giving…

The art of saving pangolins

We are always blown away by the generosity of people who discover pangolins and decide to join the struggle to stop them being wiped off the face of the earth. Gillian Condy is one such person. Born in Kenya, Gillian went to primary school in…

Saving the world’s most trafficked mammal

On the 5, November 2020, the Mail & Guardian’s environmental reporter Sheree Bega filed the following story about our work. Nicci Wright gently pushes a syringe filled with warm kitten formula into Tot’s tiny, waiting mouth. The 50-day-old Temminck’s ground pangolin’s thin long tongue slurps…