Umoya Khulula Wildlife Centre is a non-profit rehabilitation facility situated in Limpopo, South Africa. We are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of local wildlife that have been orphaned, injured, displaced, or confiscated from the illegal trade.
South Africa’s Wildlife Need Help
At Umoya Khulula, we believe that every wild creature matters. We keep that belief in mind when treating and rehabilitating all our animals in order to not only help them heal but to also prepare them for an eventual return to the wild, which is where they belong.
Umoya Khulula rescues animals from cases that can be ascribed to human effect, whether it be due to ignorance, negligence, or cruelty.
The objective of wildlife rehabilitation is to provide licensed care to sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals so that ultimately they can be returned to their normal wild environment. Animals in rehabilitation can spend anywhere from a few days to several months at Umoya Khulula before release. It all depends on the species, how old they were when they arrived, and the severity of their injuries.
Releases take place on sites that have been inspected and approved by Umoya Khulula animal care staff. Release sites are often large acreages, and all are chosen to meet species-specific needs for vegetation and terrain and that have year-round water and food sources.
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