"When an African Wilderness stands between critically endangered animals and extinction, we must act to save it."
Mawana Mountain on Loziba
Loziba Wildlife Reserve
The spectacle of Loziba Wildlife Reserve
Loziba Wildlife Reserve – Reclaiming an African Wilderness for the animals
There is a vast wilderness on the South Eastern tip of Africa, in the Zulu Kingdom of Kwa-Zulu Natal…
It was once the home of rhinos and elephants, but for many years the land supported only one species… the humans.
Humans conjured the spectre of extinction for all except themselves, until slowly they came to realise that no species is an island unto itself.
Without diversity, we all die.
We have to find a way to share and live together so that all sentient beings can thrive and multiply.
Now we have the opportunity to welcome the rhinos and the elephants back . We have a chance to acquire the land, fence it so that the animals will be safe again, ensure that everyone, animal and human can have a good living.
We are the generation that can drive extinction back into the shadows.
The Loziba Wildlife Reserve and the surrounding Loziba Community Conservancy, will bring communities and animals together for the benefit of both.
Join the war on extinction. You can invest in or donate to this project and be a part of history.
Why does Loziba Wildlife Reserve need funding?
In order to protect the elephants and save the land for the various animals that need it to avoid extinction, Loziba Wildlife Reserve needs funding…
We have a moment in time to save our elephants and a number of endangered species
Species that call Loziba home
And we want to introduce more to their own safe space
Vulnerable families surrounding Loziba
All need the employment and prosperity that the Loziba Community Conservancy and Loziba Wildlife Reserve will bring them
Hectares of land we want to save
It's a vital mission, without a doubt
Varieties of plants on Loziba
Incredible diversity in a shrinking biosphere
Species that are already extinct
Imagine if we could have helped them
“My generation and those following are acutely aware that we cannot simply carry on as we are. We have to move faster and more effectively to find ways to balance our demands on this planet with the nature we share it with."
“Are we happy to suppose that our children will never see an elephant except in a picture book?"
Sir David Attenborough
“Nature doesn't need people – people need nature; nature would survive the extinction of the human being and go on just fine, but human culture, human beings, cannot survive without nature"
“We are living in the beginning of a mass extinction and our climate is breaking down.."
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