ERP, SAVING THE SURVIVORS TRAVELS TO BORNEO TO SAVE ENDANGERED SUMATRAN RHINO

Wildlife officials and rhino conservationists breathed a big sigh of relief after successful surgery on Puntung, one of only two female Sumatran rhinos still alive in Malaysia.  Puntung had been suffering since mid March from a tooth abscess that would not heal despite treatment.  She started losing weight and her appetite waned with every week. The the full story online 

 

SAMSUNG CSC

SAMSUNG CSC

SAMSUNG CSC

ERP ‘WALKS’ HERD OF ELEPHANTS BACK TO RESERVE

On the 17th April 2017, the ERP 911 Elephant Team were woken up at 04:15 AM by telephone calls, informing us of unimaginable news. 8 of the Dinokeng Game Reserve’s elephants had breached the reserve’s boundaries and were over 16 km’s away from the reserve, heading towards the densely populated towns of Cullinan and Refilwe. The key concern was the wellbeing of the elephants and the lives of unsuspecting people which may have encountered them.

We were however able to locate the elephants immediately utilising the GPS collar which ERP had recently fitted onto the older bull, infamously named ‘Charles’, who was leading the breeding herd of 7 cows and calves on the dangerous spree.

Read what happen to these 8 Elephants 

News Flash- ERP Conducts Elephant Collaring at Dinokeng Game Reserve

News Flash- ERP Conducts Elephant Collaring at Dinokeng Game Reserve

On Saturday the 8th of April, ERP conducted an elephant collaring exercise at Dinokeng Game Reserve as part of our deep impact experience. Such exercises give stakeholders and investors a first hand experience into the processes involved when collaring elephants, enabling them to also participate hands on

Collaring enables us to track and monitor elephant movements, giving us more information on how they behave and inevitably, helping us fight against illegal activities that threaten the existence and survival of our most iconic elephant species