Born Free Foundation - Keep Wildlife in the Wild

Ensessakotteh's Wildlife

In addition to providing lifetime care, and where possible rehabilitation and release, for each animal that arrives at the centre, Ensessakotteh is home to many free ranging wild animals as well.

In order to monitor this local wildlife we have set up some camera traps onsite, here are a few of the images we have captured:

  • Vervet monkeys - with young
    Vervet monkeys - with young
  • Crested porcupine
    Crested porcupine
  • Troop of olive baboons
    Troop of olive baboons
  • Warthog
    Warthog
  • African Goshawk
    African Goshawk
  • Warthog
    Warthog
  • African Citril
    African Citril
  • Genet
    Genet
  • Civit
    Civit
  • Grouse
    Grouse
  • Bushbuck
    Bushbuck
  • Olive Baboon
    Olive Baboon
  • Serval
    Serval
  • Eagles
    Eagles
  • Spotted Hyena
    Spotted Hyena
  • Vultures - both hooded and Griffon and and thick billed raven (endemic)
    Vultures - both hooded and Griffon and and thick billed raven (endemic)

 

This monitoring was possible thanks to the support of wildlife photographer George Logan, who funded the creation of the watering hole, and Stuart Robertson, who generously donated the camera traps.

We will be adding new photos on a regular basis, so don't forget to check back often to see the full variety of wild visitors.

Born Free Foundation
Broadlands Business Campus, Langhurstwood Road
, Horsham, RH12 4QP, UK - Charity Reg. No. 1070906


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