Society for the protection of the Environment and wildlife in Senegal


45 Boulevard de la Republique

BP. 2975

Dakar, Senegal

Contact FTA CULS 

Faculty of Tropical AgriSciences

Czech University of Life Sciences


Kamýcká 129

165 21 Prague 6, Czech Republic

Phone: 00 420 / 224 382 507

Fax: 00 420 / 234 381 829

Contact us

Date 06/09/2010
By Karolina
Subject Re: Ex situ breeding

According to the zoo information systems, the elands in South African zoos are those of the Eastern subspecies, occuring in quite large numbers in central African region, not the critically endangered Western subspecies. Nevertheless, you can contact me via e-mail ( discuss the breeding programme.

Date 23/06/2011
By Dr WP Burger
Subject Re:Lord Derby


I am trying to make contact with owners/zoos around the world who have Derby . Any help from your side will be appreciated.
Kind regards

Date 26/05/2011
By Martin
Subject Re: Ex situ breeding

Good day
Do you know if Louis found a bull for reproduction in South Africa?

Date 14/09/2011
By Wouter Pienaar
Subject Re: Ex situ breeding

Dear Louis
I am Wouter Pienaar from South Africa.
I am stating up an Exotic Game Breeding business in South Africa and would like to breed with Lord Derby Eland as well.
I need an Investor for my new business and was wondering if you might be interested. I have the full Business plan to give more detail.
My email is
Please contact me if you are interested.

Date 06/11/2009
By Mike Buys
Subject Difference to the common Eland

Good Day

What are the main differences between the giant Eland and the common Eland that is found more in Southern Africa especially South Africa?
I was told that although the giant Eland is smaller it has longer horns?

Date 11/11/2009
By Karolína
Subject Re: Difference to the common Eland

The size and weight of the Common eland and the Giant eland are quite similar, more or less depending on the information source. The main differences are in the overall look. The Giant eland is more kudu-like species, with the elegant body construction. The dewlap in Giant eland starts just under the chin, in the Common eland it starts on the neck. The Giant eland has more stripes then the Common eland and the colouring and marks are more pronounced. Ears are rounded in the Giant eland and pointed in the Common eland.

Date 23/04/2010
By abey fissha
Subject Re: Re: Difference to the common Eland

love this animal

Date 14/10/2009
By Berta
Subject calves

How many calves do you expect to be born this year?

Date 14/10/2009
By Karolína
Subject Re: calves

Up to 13 calves may be born this season, presumably from December to February. We hope that one of them will be finally born in the Fathala reserve.


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