Aquila / ARC spent over R500 000 to medicate, feed, capture and translocate the deer in June 2008 in order to save Robben Island’s World Heritage Status
The Aquila Eagle Crest Conservation fund has been born out of a joint venture between Aquila Private Game Reserve and Swartland Winery
Thousands of non-indigenous trees were cut down, and used to build Aquila’s thatch roofs. 2000 indigenous trees have been planted.
Several years ago, several infamous reserves were exposed drugging lions and allowing international hunters to shoot them in small enclosures.