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…..of barbed wire fences, and Owls…..

Wildlife Rehabilitation is the process whereby we return to humanity, that which would otherwise have been lost….. The question is always…..where to start? The answer….. Right where you are, with what you have. We receive many owls that have injuries from barbed wire fences. They are so busy focusing on catching prey that they fail […]

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We Are The Resilience Factor.

Stability is the tendency to counteract change, and we know that stable systems have low resilience. Resilience is a barometer for a system’s ability to recover after a disturbance, in this case, our natural systems being disturbed by the human factor. FREEME KZN Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is this resilience factor. We work at the interface […]

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PEOPLE WHO KNOW MORE THAN YOU…..

A lot of people in the wildlife industry (including us), haven’t had very diverse experiences. So they don’t have enough dots to connect, and they end up with very linear solutions without a broad perspective on the problems. The broader one’s understanding of the human experience, the better conservation of wildlife we will have. We […]

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It’s how we do the small things that count…..

This baby Cape Serotine Bat (Eptesicus capensis) and these, what seem to be baby Lesser Dwarf Shrews (Suncus varilla), are some of the new arrivals we had between Christmas and New Year. Got me thinking….. How can we save things like the Rhino when we ignore all the smaller sentient beings that surround us in […]

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Lead from Within in 2017 – Set Them Free

At FREEME KZN Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, we are all about people….. Top leaders turn their co-workers loose. We clearly communicate our vision, coach and develop our people and, once we have done this, we set them free. FREE to use their own creativity, ingenuity, entrepreneurial skills and to innovate to get the results needed. FREE […]

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