Results for - The Endangered Wildlife Trust

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Saving animals and their ecosystems.

Are you familiar with the Endangered Wildlife Trust in South Africa?

1. Are you familiar with the Endangered Wildlife Trust in South Africa?

Yes
23%
347 votes
No
64%
940 votes
Undecided
6%
90 votes
Not Applicable
7%
103 votes
It is one of South Africa's most respected conservation bodies. It works to save endangered wild animals of all kinds. This includes wildlife living in all kinds of ecosystems. Are you familiar with any (or all) of these 6 ecosystems in South Africa?

2. It is one of South Africa's most respected conservation bodies. It works to save endangered wild animals of all kinds. This includes wildlife living in all kinds of ecosystems. Are you familiar with any (or all) of these 6 ecosystems in South Africa?

Wildlife in the ponds.
8%
125 votes
Wildlife in the sea.
14%
209 votes
Wildlife in the air.
10%
144 votes
Wildlife on the clifftops.
7%
106 votes
Wildlife in the grasslands.
15%
219 votes
Wildlife along the dry riverbeds.
8%
124 votes
I am familiar with all of these ecosystems.
23%
336 votes
N/A
54%
802 votes
Which facts are you familiar with for the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT)?

3. Which facts are you familiar with for the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT)?

The trust was founded in 1973.
5%
80 votes
EWT initially helped individual species that were critically endangered, vulnerable or threatened.
10%
147 votes
Its logo (a red footprint) is that of one of the first animals it focused on (the cheetah).
8%
118 votes
The trust is based in Johannesburg.
7%
103 votes
The trust has worked to help save giant bullfrogs, wild dogs, wattled cranes, oribi antelope, humpback dolphins, riverine rabbits, blue swallows, yellow-billed oxpeckers, honeybadgers, rhinos, grasslands, and river systems.
8%
113 votes
Most of its work is in southern Africa, but the EWT also works for endangered wild animals and ecosystems as far away as Kenya and Uganda, and collaborates with other projects in countries like Tanzania and Sudan.
8%
120 votes
EWT is running between 80 and 90 projects, which employs up to 85 people.
4%
52 votes
Much of their work involves finding solutions where human activities that clashes with wildlife.
9%
129 votes
I am familiar with all of these EWT facts.
8%
125 votes
N/A
66%
973 votes

4. Good Morning America showed live coverage called "On Safari in Africa" from "Inside the Ngorongoro Crater" (also known as "The Garden of Eden of Africa") on 2/23/2016. Is this the first time you are viewing this video?

Yes
58%
851 votes
No
10%
154 votes
Undecided
5%
67 votes
Not Applicable
28%
408 votes
02/27/2016 News 1480 16 By: msrcms

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