Wildlife Ranching South Africa (WRSA) is a voluntary, non-profit organisation representing the interests of wildlife ranchers, provincially, nationally, and internationally.

South Africa is renowned for its unique conservation success story which is attributed to the phenomenal role wildlife ranchers have played in securing essential wildlife habitat, through the rewilding and protection of species and biodiversity.

WRSA and its members play an integral role in the wildlife economy and advocate for the responsible and sustainable use of renewable natural resources. The expansion of wildlife habitat, conservation of species and protection of biodiversity outside of protected areas, is our game.
WRSA is a voluntary, registered non-profit organisation representing the interests of wildlife rancher members provincially, nationally, and internationally.

South Africa is renowned for its unique conservation success story which is attributed to the phenomenal role wildlife ranchers have played in securing essential wildlife habitat, through the rewilding and protection of species and biodiversity.

WRSA and its members play an integral role in the wildlife economy and advocate for the responsible and sustainable use of renewable natural resources. The expansion of wildlife habitat, conservation of species and protection of biodiversity outside of protected areas, is our game.
Wildlife Ranching South Africa (WRSA is a voluntary, non-profit organisation representing the interests of wildlife ranchers, provincially, nationally, and internationally.

South Africa is renowned for its unique conservation success story which is attributed to the phenomenal role wildlife ranchers have played in securing essential wildlife habitat, through the rewilding and protection of species and biodiversity.

WRSA and its members play an integral role in the wildlife economy and advocate for the responsible and sustainable use of renewable natural resources. The expansion of wildlife habitat, conservation of species and protection of biodiversity outside of protected areas, is our game.
Wildlife Ranching South Africa (WRSA) is a voluntary, non-profit organisation representing the interests of wildlife ranchers, provincially, nationally, and internationally.

South Africa is renowned for its unique conservation success story which is attributed to the phenomenal role wildlife ranchers have played in securing essential wildlife habitat, through the rewilding and protection of species and biodiversity.

WRSA and its members play an integral role in the wildlife economy and advocate for the responsible and sustainable use of renewable natural resources. The expansion of wildlife habitat, conservation of species and protection of biodiversity outside of protected areas, is our game.

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  • By Published On: 10 Aug 2022Categories: Latest News, FMD Updates

    South Africa currently has 110 open Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) outbreaks in the previous FMD free zone, comprised of three outbreak events. The first event started in May 2021 and is affecting KwaZulu-Natal [...]

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  • By Published On: 3 Aug 2022Categories: Latest News

    Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, Barbara Creecy, released the latest rhino poaching statistics. Clearly it is time for a new approach to curb the slaughter of our rhino. A total of [...]

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WRSA was established to ensure the growth and success of our members. The following initiatives were developed to assist, educate and facilitate opportunities for our members and for the long-term benefit of the wildlife ranching community.

WRSA is proudly associated with the following organisations and forums, we work jointly and collectively with these proud organisations for the benefit of our ranchers, wildlife, and wildlife ranching activities.

Without the loyal support of our members and sponsors WRSA would not be able to provide some essential services to our members. We would like to thank the following individuals and companies for their unwavering support and commitment to the wildlife ranching community, and for the contributions they have made in the current and last financial year.