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Anti-poaching ranger dog gored by a kudu in Kruger National Park
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Free roaming wildlife populations in Africa are crashing, and natural habitat is being destroyed at an alarming rate. There is a war going on, and the other side is winning hands down – why is that?
It’s a great time to visit, winds are light and it’s cool – set against the spectacular backdrop of the crystal clear water of the Indian Ocean, Fanjove Island is the perfect location to relax. It’s a dream island! With a max capacity of 12 guests, you will have a private and intimate experience on one of the most pristine Islands in the world. Conservation is the aim of the people who run the lodge and look after the island.
Recent sightings of South Luangwa’s wild-dogs have brought back memories for one Marula Lodge guest…
While conservation is as much a buzzword as almond milk, the last few months has seen strong and positive success stories emerging in conservation for Africa.
Imagine the possibility of walking with pangolins. Adrian Steirn’s recent photographic series The Pangolin Men captures a unique and exceptional scenario of beasts and men.
So exalted David Livingstone, having climbed up what is likely the Muchinga Escarpment of the Luangwa Valley of Zambia in 1866 and seeing the magnificence of the miombo woodland stretched out before his eyes.
Ivory poaching continues to threaten elephant populations throughout the continent with recent census data indicating as few as 380,000 may be left in all of Africa.
Tongabezi invites all guests to visit the local trust school and meet the young learners and teachers of Tujatane.
During the month of November 2016, Kafunta Safaris and the Mfuwe Sports Association supported the very first Carnivore Conservation Cup football tournament organized by the Zambian Carnivore Program and sponsored by the National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative.
Preparation is under way in China to bring in a ban on their domestic ivory trade, following a promise made with the US earlier this year.
From the end of this month, no elephants will be permitted to be ridden in Botswana. Abu Camp, the only facility that allowed elephant back riding in the country, has been directed to terminate its elephant back safaris.
Canon South Africa takes to heart its obligation to support environmental sustainability!
Circus owner, Brian Boswell, is challenging the legality of elephant protection laws after his attempt to sell African elephants to a zoo in the United Arab Emirates was blocked by wildlife authorities.
In January this year, we at African Bush Camps updated our audience on the pride of Cecil the Lion- a beloved “king” and spectacular specimen who roamed Hwange National Park.
One of the important things any responsible traveler should know before going on safari is to understand where their money goes and whether it will reach the local communities!
Conservation legend Sir David Attenborough and the royal patron of TUSK, HRH Prince William, a local champion for black rhino, Cathy Dreyer, was awarded the prestigious Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa.
The fastest animal in the world is racing towards extinction, with less than 10,000 species left in the wild. Celebrate cheetahs this International Cheetah Day!
A group of schoolboys who ran across Zimbabwe to raise funds for the conservation of African Wild Dogs in 1996 are running a reunion event for the same cause twenty years later.
We all know that in working towards sustainable wildlife conservation, the value of wildlife for communities and countries must be intrinsically recognised and made use of to its fullest potential.
Nestled between the verdant coastal forests and lapping waves of the Indian ocean is a pristine beach in Watamu – a critical nesting zone for the sea turtle
The twenty-eight countries most responsible for the deaths of African elephants have been revealed in a new report.
The country’s most famous lion, Sylvester, has taken the first step towards reigning supreme over his new kingdom at Addo Elephant National Park.
The poaching war on rhinos is unfortunately a very real threat to the species and every day men and women are risking their lives to fight back and save the ones that still remain in the African bush.
The US government will fund the training of a team of giant rats to combat illegal wildlife trafficking in Tanzania
Marula lodge in Zambia have opened a library for the local children to learn about the wildlife in South Luangwa
These five species are in desperate need of protecting, before it is too late for their populations to bounce back.
Looking at the ways that tourism contributes to conservation on a global scale.
Enjoy a glass of wine in the name of Cecil the Lion, and help to support lion conservation in Africa.
Does the future look dark for local conservationists?
Three of the world’s leading African elephant conservationists offer hope and inspiration for saving elephants from extinction.
Help Kruger National Park in South Africa protect one of the most important populations African wild dogs.
The film I am a Ranger hopes to shine a light on some of the many unsung heroes working in conservation that are at the forefront of the war on poaching and conservation in Africa.
A recent study shows levels of bushmeat hunting in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa are alarmingly high.
An analysis by the US House Committee on Natural Resources shows that African trophy hunting fails to show consistent conservation benefits.
An update on Ben, the injured elephant who went in search of help at Bumi Hills.
After graduating from Bushwise, Carol Cerny has gone on to start her own crowdfunding campaign for rhino conservation.
Bryan Havemann has recently been named as the reserve’s new warden and general manager.
Two vehicles were involved in a car accident in Simon’s Town, South Africa, killing an African penguin and injuring a second.
EleFest 2016, held to celebrate wildlife and conservation, was a great success.
A debate for and against the motion “Hunters Conserve Wildlife”.
2 safari managers set off on an Africa conservation adventure to learn more about the continent’s wildlife protection efforts.
Learn more about conservation and wildlife while getting hands-on experience with Ezemvelo’s volunteer programme.
From habitat encroachment to trophy hunting and poaching, Africa’s predators are under constant threat. Find out what you can do to help.
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