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Help Save Us

Posted on Fri March 27, 2020.

And here we are, on 27 March 2020, with hat in hand. The worldwide epidemic, COVID-19, threatens closure of a 35-year-old business. Our animals are our family and we have dedicated our lives to them and their care. With this economic downturn and drastically reduced tourism & income, we are entering a very difficult time and need your help to care for our animals.

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The Eye of the Tiger

Posted on Mon March 9, 2020.

TAJI our beautiful female white Bengal tiger will be under-going eye surgery this month. Taji was born at the Cango Wildlife Ranch and will be turning sweet sixteen on 9 May. Recently, we noticed that Taji was experiencing irritation on her left eye. Needless to say, we monitored her very closely but her eye showed no signs of improvement over the days that followed, leaving us all concerned. Due to the fact that eye specialists for large carnivores are beyond scarce in our area, we had to arrange that one visit us from Johannesburg.

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Extreme Home Makeover: Meerkat Edition

Posted on Thu January 2, 2020.

The new year means new beginnings. These slender-tailed meerkats kick off 2020 with a brand new home!
To fully understand how the ‘mood swings of these tiny creatures could result in a R60 000 improvement project, we need to understand how they came to reside at Cango Wildlife Ranch under the care of mammal and bird curator, Delano Mulder.

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Christmas came early at Cango Wildlife Ranch!

Posted by Cango on Tue December 24, 2019 in Cango Wildlife Ranch - Out & About.

Nothing brings joy like the pitter-patter of new life, which is exactly what the Cango Wildlife Ranch family has been spoilt with this summer! Three animal families have welcomed new life into the world, and the team couldn’t be happier.

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Cango Careers: Reptile Curator

Posted by Cango on Thu December 19, 2019 in Careers.

The above vacancy has become available in the Animal Department.

The role of the Reptile Curator is to manage the daily husbandry and documentation needs of all animals in the reptile section which include but are not limited to reptiles and fish and therefore will need to maintain all life support systems for both terrarium and aquarium inhabitants. It is also expected of the Curator to participate in educational presentations and facilitate interns and volunteers on a daily basis and also to manage all subordinates in the section.

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Cango Careers: Part-time/Holiday Work as a Tour Guide

Posted on Tue November 19, 2019.

Cango Wildlife Ranch has a part-time holiday work opportunity available. If you wish to apply, please follow the instructions below.

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BLACK FRIDAY | Annual Member Tickets

Posted by Cango on Fri November 15, 2019 in Cango Wildlife Ranch - Out & About.

Our biggest sale of the year is HERE!
Ons grootste uitverkoping van die jaar is HIER!

50% DISCOUNT on annual tickets
50% afslag op Jaar kaartjies

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Build a future with EcoBricks – Sponsored by ABSA, powered by Cango Wildlife Ranch, and an initiative for KKNK 2020

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Tue November 12, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

ABSA, Cango Wildlife Ranch and KunsteOnbeperk have launched an exciting project for Oudtshoorn and the greater community.

Meet plastic, the environments’ biggest foe.

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Conservation & Your business

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Thu August 29, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

As the last generation to change the future of our natural world, no business can operate without contributing in one way or the other to assist in saving the most valuable thing the human race has - our very delicate eco-system.

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Vultures Flight - WIN for International Vulture Day!

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Tue August 20, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

The 7th of September is International Vulture Day and we're on a rescue mission of note!

Southern Africa is home to nine irreplaceable vulture species, of which two are endangered, 6 are critically endangered and one is already extinct.

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