Tenikwa’s wildlife rehabilitation program grew from humble beginnings in 2002 when the owners started rehabilitating injured birds in a wooden shed behind their house. The wildlife rehabilitation work that is conducted at Tenikwa is primarily funded out of gate-takings to the Awareness Centre where Tenikwa offers various programs to the public to see non –releasable indigenous Wild cats of Southern Africa and other wildlife often caught up in the human-wildlife conflict.


Genet Plight Think of me when you drive at night

As the sun sets over the mountains, the day is just starting for the Genet. This resourceful nocturnal cat-like animal is an opportunist hunter and at times ends up in conflict with chicken farmers as they prey on birds and their eggs to enjoy as delicacies. Educating farmers on non-lethal predator management strategies becomes key…