Savé Valley Conservancy Anti-Poaching Program

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The Savé Valley Conservancy is an approximately 3,500 km2 wildlife conservation area in southern Zimbabwe. It supports significant populations of black and white rhinos, as well as elephants, lions, and African wild dogs. SCI Foundation and the Hunter Legacy 100 Fund support the 37 rangers and four antipoaching dogs of the Specialized Species Protection Unit. Because of their efforts, 2018 saw the highest recorded annual reproductive output for rhinos on SVC—5 white rhino and 21 black rhino calves—continuing a five-year trend of population growth for both species.


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