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Wildlife Pouch – Vulture


Limited Edition Vulture Conservation Pouch.

100% of proceeds go to vulture conservation projects such as The Southern Drakensberg Conservation Project administered by wildlife act.

Pouches made from recycled plastic bottles.

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Limited Edition Vulture Conservation Pouch

African Vulture populations are experiencing rapid declines with many species currently critically endangered. Some vulture populations in Africa have declined by up to 95% over the last few decades

Not always the most celebrated member of the animal kingdom, Vultures are a a critical element in a healthy ecosystem. By cleaning up carcasses and other organic waste, as well as abating the risk of bacteria spill over to humans, Vultures provide a vitally important ecosystem service.

The Vulture conservation projects by Wildlife Act have so far:

  • Fitted over 98 Vultures with GPS backpacks/trackers.
  • Tagged 207 Vultures with Wing-tags.
  • Saved and rehabilitated 14 Vultures released back into the wild.

Help us do more for these amazing creatures, by purchasing one of our beautifully unique limited edition vulture conservation pouches.

Artwork hand painted by South African Artist, Lauren Carter. Check her work out HERE

Vulture Conservation Statistics


Of the six Vulture species that occur in South Africa, all are either Endangered, or Critically Endangered.

  • White-Headed Vulture (Trigonoceps occipitalis): Critically Endangered.
  • White-Backed Vulture (Gyps africanus): Critically Endangered.
  • Lappet-Faced Vulture (Torgos tracheliotos): Endangered.
  • Hooded Vulture (Necrosyrtes monachus): Critically Endangered.
  • Cape Vulture (Gyps coprotheres): Endangered.
  • Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus): Critically Endangered.

Estimated Breeding Pairs in South Africa

  • African White-Backed Vulture: Estimated 4000 breeding pairs.
  • Lappet-Faced Vulture: Estimated 180 pairs breeding pairs.
  • White-Headed Vulture:  Estimated 80 to 100 breeding pairs.
  • Hooded Vulture: Estimated 50 to 100 breeding pairs.
  • Cape Vulture: Estimated 4,500 breeding pairs.
  • Bearded Vulture: Estimated 50 to 100 breeding pairs in South Africa and Lesotho.

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