Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Orphaned Rhinos Noelle & Winston’s Journey Back to the Wild

Orphaned Rhinos, Noelle and Winston, have been with us for almost two years now and it has been such a beautiful journey watching them grow from strength to strength. Noelle and Winston’s mothers were killed in poaching incidents and were left orphaned at three months old.  Noelle arrived in March of last year and [...]

2018-05-31T23:21:01+00:00 October 25th, 2017|Categories: General, Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre|2 Comments

Amara is Loving Life at the Shamwari Animal Rehab Centre

Amara, our orphaned elephant calf is loving life at the Shamwari Animal Rehabilitation Centre. She absolutely loves having mud baths! She splashes the water around, getting the mud and water all over herself and her caretakers! Vet Nurse Megan Sinclair says that it’s one of her favourite things to do. She has such a personality, [...]

2018-05-31T23:21:08+00:00 August 24th, 2017|Categories: Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre|5 Comments

Orphaned Rhino Update & Meet The Latest Bundle of Joy at Our Animal Rehabilitation Centre

Orphaned Rhino Update: It has been just over a year since we took three orphaned rhinos into our care at our Animal Rehabilitation Centre at Shamwari Game Reserve. Their journey and progress has been inspiring to say the least! These three orphans have surpassed our expectations and become three gorgeous individuals. They can hardly [...]

2018-05-31T23:21:17+00:00 June 26th, 2017|Categories: Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre|5 Comments

Noelle and Binky – Two New Rhino Calves Find a Home

Shamwari works in conjunction with several organisations, volunteers, and neighbouring game farms to ensure the preservation of animal species. Our programmes aim to rehabilitate orphaned, abused, wrongfully captured, and endangered wildlife and re-release them back into the wild. These initiatives have made Shamwari Game Reserve an award-winning leader in conservation tourism. We accept animals locally for [...]