Wildlife Rescue & Research - Namibia
In 2005, Farm Frauenstein, on the outskirts of Windhoek, was transformed into a wildlife sanctuary and lodge. Originally a small wildlife sanctuary nestled in the Namibian bush, just 45km from Namibia’s capital, the Sanctuary has rapidly grown into a large conservation organisation.
The Wildlife Project’s aim is to conserve the land, cultures and wildlife of Namibia. Providing a safe haven & second chance for countless injured, orphaned & conflict animals, whenever possible releasing animals back into the wild – only those animals too ill, abused or habituated remain at the sanctuary. Sponsors are integral in the continuation of these projects.