Liuwa Plain National Park has lost their last male lion, the cause is still unknown.
The Bangweulu Wetlands Project’s latest member, Seymour, the little chick who survived.
Explore the glamorous Ruzizi Tented Lodge, Rwanda’s birding paradise.
Incredible prizes to be won in the Majete Wildlife Reserve photographic competition. Click here for further details.
Breeding season has arrived in Bangweulu Wetlands situated in Zambia, with the hatching of adorable shoebill chicks.
African Parks has ramped up their anti-poaching efforts in DRC’s Garamba National Park after 68 elephants were poached using chainsaws and hand grenades.
Two men have been arrested in connection with the killing of Dexter Chilunda, the head of law enforcement at Liuwa Plain National Park.
African Parks regrets to announce the tragic death of Dexter Chilunda, park ranger in charge of law enforcement, at Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia. Dexter was shot in the chest by a suspected poacher after investigating gunshots that had been heard by park rangers.
The recent thrust of elephant poaching in the DRC could emanate from the Lord’s Resistance Army base.
Liuwa’s Park Manager has captured the first clear images of the three lion cubs, born four months ago in Liuwa National Park.
The President of the Republic of Chad, his excellency Idriss Déby Itno, lit the fire destroying his country’s 1.1 ton stockpile of ivory.
The president of the Republic of Chad has announced the imminent destruction of his country’s ivory stockpile, amongst a range of elephant protection measures to be implemented as Chad takes the lead in the fight to protect central Africa’s savannah elephants.
Two lion cubs have been sighted in Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia, significantly marking the first birth of lion cubs in the park for well over 10 years.
Twenty-one new elephant calves have been sighted at Zakouma National Park in the Republic of Chad, marking a turnaround in the fortune of the park’s beleaguered elephant herds which had been decimated by poaching in recent years.
An alpha female has been re-collared and two young wild dogs collared for the first time in the 13 member-strong pack at Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia, in anticipation of a natural split in the group. Read the full story here.
Since the launch of Odzala-Kokoua National Park’s “poacher to protector” amnesty program last year, the eco-guard, now with former poachers in its ranks, have won two major victories in the battle against ivory poaching in the Congo. Read about it’s conservation developments here.