During the past few years, lion hunting and breeding establishments, professional hunters and outfitters in South Africa, have become the target of malicious and often deliberately misinformed attempts.
Critics say captive-bred lions cannot be released into the wild. The South African Predator Association and its members believe the opposite and we aim to prove IT CAN BE DONE!
CMP Safaris, an accredited member of SAPA, provides regular meals to the children and staff at the Kgalalelo Primary School in Vorstershoop. This initiative forms part of SAPA's commitment to Social Enhancement.
With the closure of hunting across Africa, so will stop the dollars flowing into wildlife economies brought by visiting hunters. These are dollars that enable TRUE conservation, giving wildlife value. This is a must-see video!
SAPA accredited member PAMAENONS Safaris donated food, toys and stationery to Nietverdiend Primary School in the North West Province as part of SAPA's ongoing commitment to Social Enhancement.
SAPA is grateful to announce that, with the help of PAMAENONS and Boschnel Safaris, we were able to deliver our second load of much needed A-Grade Lucerne to the drought stricken animals of Marloth Park (Lionspruit).
SAPA is delighted to announce that a third load of meat has been delivered to Ingogo Safaris in Limpopo. So far SAPA, with the generous support of our members, has delivered more than 24 tons of food to help the lions of Ingogo Safaris.
When there is a crisis with lions in South Africa, there is only one company that gets down to the unglamorous business of actually doing something, and that is the South African Predator Association.
The first ever wave of lion poaching incidents is currently being experienced in South Africa. In recent months more than 10 lions were poisoned, killed and mutilated. Help the South African Predator Association to stop the poaching of lions.
On the 22nd of April 2016 the Kroon Boma, hosted the first ever Conservation Fund Auction presented by the South African Predator Association (SAPA). SAPA intends to make a huge contribution to the future of the Afircan Lion in the wild.
SAPA is enthusiastic about the conservation of species, especially predators within their natural distribution area. Through the support of research projects like these, SAPA can ensure responsible and sustainable resource management.
When it comes to animals, people's behavior is usually driven by their emotions instead of facts and knowledge -- it's a behavior that can result in the exact opposite of what was intended.
On the 22nd of February 2016 the South African Predator Association presented a day-long workshop at the Chazen Game Lodge near Vredefort, in the Free State Province, South Africa. About 115 people from all over South Africa attended.
It is the TGA’s intention to create a general public that is properly informed about the principles and practices of science-based wildlife management - all carefully explained in layman’s language.
Ron Thomson sharing on the purpose of the TGA