Wildlife ACT actively advances conservation by initiating, implementing and managing projects at no cost to wildlife reserves that do not have the means to do so themselves. They are currently focused on Zululand in South Africa, an area with one of the most diverse and productive wild lands on the planet.
To fund their monitoring projects, Wildlife ACT runs a wildlife volunteer program. Volunteers who join in important conservation work benefit from a wildlife experience while contributing to conservation through their time, efforts and funds. Conservation volunteers assist monitors in their daily tracking and monitoring of endangered wildlife such as the African wild dog, cheetah, and black rhino, as well as priority species such as elephant, lion, and leopard.