Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage
Chipangali is a wildlife Orphanage which offers a home to orphaned, abandoned and sick wild animals
Chipangani means open friendly country
|Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage|
Chipangali is 25km from Bulawayo’s City Centre on the Bulawayo Beit Bridge Road
Chipangali is a haven for “Wild Animals” which have little hope for survival in the wild – creatures which have been orphaned, abandoned, injured, born in captivity, snared or brought up unsuccessfully as pets.
Over the years Chipangali has saved countless lives releasing creatures into the wild after rigorous preparation.
Those that can not be freed, sadly the majority, are given permanent homes thanks to the moderate visitor admission fees and adoption scheme
"Chipangali", meaning Open Friendly Country, was set up in 1973 by Vivian & Paddy Wilson & is now run by their son Kevin, his wife Nicky & a staff of around 40 Zimbabweans
Want to get involved ? You can .........
adopt an orphan - make donation - be a volunteer
Contact Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage
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