If you’re a bird lover, you won’t want to miss The African Bird Fair at the start of September in Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden!
The Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit has arrested nearly 700 poachers and removed more than 22,000 wire snares. Support their good work by donating or joining their annual fundraising golf tournament.
Does the future look dark for local conservationists?
Worrying images surface of lion cub petting at South Africa’s infamous Lion & Safari Park, after it had claimed that it would put a stop to these interactions.
From tracking the black-footed cat to ticking a pygmy falcon off the wishlist, a research assistant shares his favourite moments from his time spent in Benfontein Nature Reserve.
Sign this petition and help to save thousands of wild African grey parrots!
A behind-the-scenes report from a groundbreaking operation on a poached rhino!
The death of another three desert-adapted male lions in Namibia highlights the need to find ways to avoid human-wildlife conflict.
Find out how you can help protect pachyderms this World Elephant Day!
Some mane-raising facts about lions, which will hopefully encourage people to help fight their cause.
Conservation is an incredibly complicated and wide-ranging endeavour, but trails cameras are making life easier and allowing researchers to record species in their natural habitat.
Find out more about the last remaining northern white rhinos on earth and what is being done to ensure their survival.
A Kruger National Park ranger and a government veterinarian technician have been arrested in the park for rhino poaching related offences.
The best ways to help aid in the conservation of Endangered mountain gorillas after you’ve left the jungle.
The little rhino with a big personality, who showed people just what rhinos are made of – a heart as well as a horn!
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 Zambian Carnivore Programme recognises Robin Pope Safaris ranger, Betram Njobvu, for his commitment to protecting wildlife.
Despite numerous arrests and long-term sentences over the past year; it appears there has been an upsurge in pangolin poaching in Zimbabwe.
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.
After his mother is killed by poachers, little Max the rhino finds a new home and a new brother.
Driving 12,000km through three countries to offer funds and supplies to some of Southern Africa’s most worthy wildlife organisations.
Learn more about the anti-poaching canines of Kruger and how you can help support these dogs making a difference.
An orphaned African penguin egg has been successfully hatched at SANCCOB after a leopard tragically killed 33 Endangered African penguins in the Cape.
A little girl continues to raise awareness “about how important animals are and how they are all worth saving!”
A look at how the Great Elephant Census can help us to determine how best to deal with elephant populations.
A ground-breaking technique to collect and catalogue DNA from rhinos and rhino horn which can lead to more convictions of poachers and reduce rhino poaching in Southern Africa.
The 2016 winners of the Rhino Conservation Awards announced in an event in Johannesburg, South Africa
Disturbing footage of wild dog trying to escape on a lion breeding farm.
A recent study shows levels of bushmeat hunting in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa are alarmingly high.
Tandeka the cheetah has survived against all odds – and produced four litters whilst at Mount Camdeboo, the most recent at the ripe old age of 12.
The rhino poaching documentary STROOP is to be released this year, this is the story of one character, the rhino called Hope.
The rare Bururi long-fingered frog, previously thought to have gone extinct in 1952, has been rediscovered in Nyungwe National Park, Rwanda.
Rhino war soldiers recognised for the hard work they are doing to prevent poaching.
The diversity of wildlife has returned to Nanzhila Plains as more travellers visit Southern Kafue, making the area more stable.
A call for donations for a climate change project in Maasailand.
South Africa, Namibia and Zimbabwe are pushing instead to establish a process for an international trade in ivory – in opposition to the rest of Africa.
One member of the Botanical Society of South Africa raised thousands of rand to plant trees in Cecilia Forest, Cape Town
A famous big tusker elephant gets speared in an incident of human-wildlife conflict in Kenya.
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.
In an effort to help grow the wild dog population, guides at Madikwe help to relocate two males to a new territory.
A leopard has killed 33 Endangered African penguins in a single incident in Betty’s Bay, South Africa
We all know that Cheetah Plains’ little corner of the Sabi Sand boasts some outstanding cat sightings, and we have been fortunate enough to have seen our “lion’s share” of the dynamics of each different pride. From the tyranny of the Mapogos pride to the recent settling of the Birmingham coalition, the dramatic events that have lead […]
Changes to ivory trade regulations in China and the US