WCA Wildlife Heritage Area

Algoa Bay one of the first, with 9 others around the world, to be listed as a Wildlife Heritage Area in October 2023 by the World cetacean alliance.

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WCA WHA's Mission

We believe in the power of communities to help solve our planet’s most urgent issues. By coming together to reconnect with, protect and respect nature, we can all help to turn the tide on biodiversity loss, wildlife suffering, and the climate crisis.

Wildlife Heritage Areas celebrate places where local people are committed to further a deep and respectful connection between people and nature. We are a solutions-focused and positive-minded programme designed to showcase how culture, responsible tourism, and solutions for coexistence can create a better future for places, nature, and people.


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