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Update Gorongosa Wild Dogs: Why Do We Do What We Do?

Not only do we fly for conservation and the environment but the impact of our flights is of the utmost importance. Thus the rewarding sight of the 15 Gorongosa Wild Dogs flown to Gorongosa National Park being released, is what makes us tick.


15 Wild Dogs (9 males and 6 females) are now wild and free and beginning a new life in Gorongosa. Save, Matenga (better known as “Butter”), Mutiabamba, Nhambita, Munganganha, Khanda, Bue-Maria, Duke, Pungue, Mbulaua, Deke, Nhmanguena, Nhamacahto, Nhamapaza, and Vunduzi, may you thrive in your beautiful new home!



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