KCS waters CKGR wild animals, cllr embittered

KCS has come to the rescue of wildlife on CKGR to prevent death
KCS has come to the rescue of wildlife on CKGR to prevent death

In the face of life threatening water shortage within the Central Kgalagadi Game Reserve (CKGR) settlements, the Kalahari Conservation Society (KCS) is drilling five boreholes to avert high mortalities of wildlife in the game reserve, resulting from the prevailing drought.

The deaths, as explained by KCS, are a manifestation of prolonged dry-spells and also the rise in human-wildlife conflict.

The environmental non- governmental organisation, formed in recognition of the pressures on Botswana’s wildlife and the general environment, said upon realising the severity of the drought on wildlife, they proposed to assist government with funds to drill and equip some boreholes in protected areas like the CKGR.

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