15 Rothschild’s giraffes have been relocated to Lake Mburo National Park in Uganda.
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.
This bicycle-powered cinema project is using education to bring about a cultural evolution to conserve wildlife.
The results of the Great Elephant Census in Zambia show that the elephant population may be stable however there are large differences between different parts of the country.
Rhinos and elephants are in danger – find out more about what is threatening these precious creatures and what you can do to help.
In honour of World Wildlife Day, the president of the Republic of Malawi pledged his support for the nation’s Stop Wildlife Crime campaign, highlighting the importance that is being placed on the crack down on the illegal ivory trade.
Rhino darting is a crucial part of rhino conservation and an unforgettable experience. Two lucky visitors at Rhino River Lodge managed to experience a rhino dart hands on.
With growing numbers in illegal wildlife trafficking, the time to act is now. Organisations from around the world are meeting to discuss what can be done to tackle the crime threatening our precious wildlife.
A new method of anonymous online participation gets farmers and conservationists to agree on how to reduce conflict between livestock and carnivores in Namibia.
Watch this video to learn more about the pangolin – the most illegally traded mammal in the wild.
The Tusk Conservation Awards are calling for nominations for people you think are achieving notable conservation success and deserve recognition!
Namibian Minister of Environment and Tourism says that anti-hunting lobbyists cost the Namibian government US$650,000 last year after pressurising the United States government on the legal auction of a black rhino hunt.
Vital for the conservation of plant species and ecosystems, eland will be re-introduced into nature reserves on the Cape Flats – an area that was historically part of their natural range.
Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge, celebrates the remarkable work of three of Africa’s pioneering conservationists at the third annual Tusk Conservation Awards.
A thicket is a dense, almost impenetrable tangle of trees, shrubs, and vines, that is home to a host of biodiversity. Here is why you should spare a thought for thickets.
What is the world’s wealthiest hunting organisation and the South African Department of Environment discussing behind closed doors?
Taking a moment to reflect on the commercial fisheries that feed millions of people every day, but also consider the impacts of the fishing industry on marine ecosystems and seabirds.
PHASA disassociates itself with canned lion hunting establishments as Blood Lions documentary makes waves in European parliaments.
6 things the Botanical Society is doing for plant conservation and 6 ways you can support them.
Over the past 30 years, the Lapalala Wilderness School has been a breathtaking outdoor classroom, where children and young adults are exposed to nature.
The Botanical Society of South Africa shares the inspirational journey of one their new employees.
Here’s the perfect green gift: a 2016 calendar of South Africa’s birds – proceeds of which go to Birdlife South Africa.
A look at trophy hunting as a conservation tool vs. the reality of what is really happening on the ground.
The history, and the future, of conservation and wine in South Africa’s Cape Winelands.
Prince William reflects on the illegal wildlife trade and how conservation is about people, not just animals.
An incredible opportunity to spend time in Namibia with Save the Rhino Trust and an examination of why the small team have achieved significant success.
Adventurers on the Heart of Africa expedition battle with the continent’s best little conservationists – the tsetse flies – while the source of the Zambezi brings back memories for Kingsely Holgate.
An announcement made in Cape Town could mark the first step in reaching consensus on saving rhinos.
The world’s largest white rhino breeder has applied in the High Court in Pretoria to set aside the government’s ban on rhino horn trading.
Fair Trade Tourism certification criteria to address the potential exploitation of children and captive-held wildlife within the voluntourism sector.
Lobbyists who are both for and against the legalisation of the trade in rhino horn join forces to present their joint plan to save the rhino.
The Black Mamba Anti-Peaching Unit is the first of its kind. The majority of the team are women who not only are protecting wildlife but are educating communities that live on the boundaries of Kruger.
A very special anti-poaching dog working in Tanzania has been trained for conservation efforts by a British NPO working to prevent the extinction of the elephant and rhino.
A young rhino called Bahati has been caught in a snare, which he has managed to snap but which has left him with deep wounds that needed to be treated as soon as possible. The Kenya Wildlife Service and rangers have been tracking him since Thursday morning but haven’t been able to find him yet. Keep your fingers crossed for this little rhino and prey he gets the treatment he needs soon!
A very special elephant has charmed his way into hearts and taught a dissertation student at Pongola Game Reserve just how important it is to protect and conserve elephants across Africa.
Arguably one of the world’s more extreme hiking experiences, the 650km hiking trail named the Rim of Africa is the longest mountain traverse in South Africa.
Since Botswana banned trophy hunting two years ago, remote communities have been at the mercy of growing numbers of wild animals that are damaging livelihoods and terrifying villagers.
Anatolian shepherd dogs in the Namaqualand National Park – an innovative project aiding in conservation.
Meet the people who are monitoring and conserving South Africa’s threatened plants and find out how you can join their team!
Saddle up and read the reasons for why a horse safari with The Ant Collection is such a unique experience.
Thousands of people gathered in a town just outside of the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda to name 24 young gorillas in a ceremony that highlights their need for protection.
Madagascar’s biodiversity faces a number of significant threats but luckily there are a number of grassroots projects working to protect the country’s unique flora and fauna.
The arguments for why even talk of legal trade in rhino horn seriously compromises a current, cost-effective, proven and far more durable solution to the rhino crisis.
In light of the uproar following the death of Cecil, three prize winners weigh in on trophy hunting.
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