Calling all owners of captive wild animals in KZN! Please help Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife make their innovative and humane terms and conditions embodied in the permits needed for keeping them in captivity as acceptable as possible. Read More...
Visiting the African Bird of Prey Sanctuary outside Ashburton, Pietermaritzburg are (centre) Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife's Dr Jean Harris, (head of Scientific Services) and Sifiso Keswa, General Manager for People and Conservation. Sanctuary owner Shannon Hoffman holds aloft the resident Spotted Eagle Owl.
Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife would like to advise our stakeholders that our Head Office staff embarked on an unprotected demonstration on Monday, 30 June and Tuesday 01 July 2014. We apologised for any inconvenienced that you might have experienced. All employees are back at work today whilst the Management and Union Representatives are working hard to find a lasting solution to the issues raised by the staff. However, we are aware that calls to our Reservations/Bookings Unit are not being answered promptly. We are working on resolving this problem. If your query is urgent, please feel free to call the Resort you have booked at or intend visiting. They will be able to assist you.
The contact details for the resort can be accessed from the top menu above, by mousing over "Accomodation", and then "Resorts A-Z". Select the resort, and then from the menu on the right hand side once that page opens, there should be a link to either a reservations or contacts page.
Alternatively, use our convenient online booking system, by clicking here. The new user registration process has just been made even easier!
SMS the word ''WILD'' followed by your name and ID number to 44136 before 03 August 2014 and stand a chance to win an all expenses paid trip for you andand a friend to Hluhluwe Game Reserve...[Read More...]