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The official pet tracking system used by Mpumalanga Animal Crime Watch

The official pet tracking system used by Mpumalanga Animal Crime Watch. We have done extensive market research on all the available products. We have partnered up with Rikrhino to make sure you get the best quality products at the best prices.

RikRhino LK106 IPX6 Waterproof Real-time GPS Tracker. Track you pets from the comfort of your […]

By |January 15th, 2016|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on The official pet tracking system used by Mpumalanga Animal Crime Watch

Hilltop Crocodile moved to safety

We received a call from a cornered pet owner after one of her dogs was caught by this crocodile. We responded the next day and tried to catch the 2.1m Crocodile by means of bait and a noose. The Crocodile was not interested. We then moved to plan B. We got into the small waterhole […]

By |January 15th, 2016|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on Hilltop Crocodile moved to safety

MACW Environmental Crime Watch Program Launch

We did ground work and discovered some shocking illegal dumping sites. MACW and the Mpumalanga Environmental Affairs (Green Scorpions) has joined hands .We investigated and found the people involved. This is part of the MACW Environmental Crime Watch Program. More details will follow. Please report any Environmental Crimes to MACW. Call: 079 349 2182 or […]

By |January 15th, 2016|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on MACW Environmental Crime Watch Program Launch

Sad end to a magnificent Animal ( Swadini )

 

 

 

 

 

The festive season kicked off on a rather sad note. A Waterbuck was caught in a snare at Swadini Resort. A shocked member of the public took a picture and posted it to a well known Facebook page in Nelspruit. We instantly got notified and we responded on the call. We contacted Moholoholo for assistance. […]

By |December 2nd, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on Sad end to a magnificent Animal ( Swadini )

Snares the never ending storie

We are fighting a war, poaching using wire snares is out of control. We are facing an environmental catastrophe. Wire snares has become the number one choice in Mpumalanga when it comes to poaching. The silent killer. The amount of snares we remove has reached the 10 000 mark. The more we lift the snares […]

By |November 9th, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on Snares the never ending storie

Alleged poacher is only 11

“I understand that the boy is very young, but we need to fight this sort of crime and this must be a warning to other youngsters not to partake in poaching.”

ROCKY DRIFT – An 11-year-old boy was caught with snares, a panga, a slingshot and five dogs, presumably used for poaching small game, in the […]

By |November 9th, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on Alleged poacher is only 11

MACW 1 / Poacher 0

Did more ground work, found Bush pig, Duiker, Red Duiker, Porcupine, Bush buck and Vervet monkeys that was caught by a poacher. We recovered a panga, pliers, slingshot and loads of snares. The suspect poacher took off never to return to his work. One poacher less in the Valley.

By |November 9th, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on MACW 1 / Poacher 0

Boerboel Rescue 5 Days in a snare

MACW did a search & rescue after we saw a post on Facebook about a Boerboel that was missing for 5 days. We have done loads of snare removals in the same area before. We contacted the owners and early the following day we started the search. It took us a hour to find the […]

By |November 9th, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on Boerboel Rescue 5 Days in a snare

Grey Duiker Rescue

We received a call about a Grey Duiker being sold on Facebook. The rescue was done by MACW and the Barberton SPCA. We drove and confiscated the animal. It was taken to Care For Wild Africa. The female will give birth to one young usually after a gestation period of three months. Single lambs, very rarely […]

By |November 9th, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on Grey Duiker Rescue

Seach & Rescue

 

We have done a search & rescue on the R40. We found 23 snares and one animal caught in a snare. We have done ground work on six property’s on the R40 and lifted more than 500 snares (2015). Shocking.

 

 

By |September 5th, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on Seach & Rescue

Pangolins: 13 facts about the world’s most hunted animal

With its armoured shell and peculiar gait, the humble pangolin looks more like an anteater prepped for medieval battle than an animal under threat. Illegal trade in South Asia, however, has now rendered the scaly mammals the most trafficked animal on earth, with some estimates claiming that sales now account for up to 20 per […]

By |September 2nd, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on Pangolins: 13 facts about the world’s most hunted animal

Sabie will never be the same again

Its official. We would like to welcome Susan & Adrian Daniel to the MACW family. They will be managing all the activity’s in and around Sabie. For more information please inbox us or alternatively email us. info@macw.co.za.
” We speak for the animals”

By |August 25th, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on Sabie will never be the same again

Fighting for the survival of our heritage

We have done courtliness operations through out Mpumalanga South Africa. We are experiencing a wave of illegal fish poaching. Our main focus will be the Crocodile River. We have been conducting regular inspections along the river from Nelspruit all the way to Komatipoort. We will be launching a Fundraiser to help MACW with the financial […]

By |August 24th, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on Fighting for the survival of our heritage

Think Twice

Lets live and let live. We all have the right to freedom of movement.

By |August 24th, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on Think Twice

32 less snares along the Pilgrims Creek. Samantha & Angela after a hard days work. Pilgrims Rest Will never be the same again. The word is out. Mpumalanga Animal Crime Watch will be protecting the free roaming wild life in and a round Pilgrims Rest. We will enrol different programs to assist the community and […]

By |August 24th, 2015|MACW Ground Work|Comments Off on