The Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre was established in 1991 and, in the shadow of the majestic Drakensberg mountains, it is home to a lioness caught in a snare and lion confiscated from illegal lion breeders, injured raptors, poisoned vultures, Porsche the cheetah, wild dogs and many more.
Alongside the education of locals through facilitated tours of the centre, Moholoholo is the only facility in southern Africa to have successfully bred the endangered crowned eagle. They have also successfully trappend and relocated 10-15 leopards per year over the last years - some have been relocated as far as Malawi! Offering this relocation option has prevented local farmers from killing leopards they perceive to be a problem.
In fact, Moholoholo is often the first port of call for neighbouring landowners and local farmers when animals are causing problems on the land or are found needing treatment.