A closer look at Africa’s first “post office” and a beacon for early day explorers.
SANParks has announced that Sylvester the Karoo lion will be moved to Addo Elephant National Park.
As lion population numbers fall, The Captured in Africa Foundation has launched in order to aid in conservation and help lions in danger.
Running for rhinos along the Great Wall of China while dressed as one!
An electrifying solution brought to the DRC by a billionaire’s son, with the focus on building a local economy to protect the home of the last remaining 700 mountain gorillas.
The green carpet event of the year – a dinner and art auction in celebration of Earth Day 2016 and Cape leopards!
Catholic church blows the whistle on illegal logging in the DRC, happening at the hands of the Chinese.
Orphaned baby elephants changing lives at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
Zambian music festival, EleFest, to support the work of WWF Zambia.
Conservation Action Trust asks the question whether trophy hunting is helping or harming lion populations at Bubye Valley Conservancy as they announce a potential culling of 200 lions.
32 international environmental organisations have appealed to Yahoo! Japan to halt all elephant ivory sales on their site.
A specialist research project in the Lydenburg area reveals two strawberry coloured cats with brown spots – but what does the future hold for these pink leopards?
From lion killers to guardians, how the Maasai people are working to protect East Africa’s lions and improve conservation.
Namibian conservancies say that if trophy hunting were to banned they would see wildlife disappear within a month.
10 elephants in Tsavo will be fitted with satellite radio tracking collars so as to better understand their movements in order to ensure that space can be secured for them as the Kenyan population grows.
This bicycle-powered cinema project is using education to bring about a cultural evolution to conserve wildlife.
There is nothing in Africa quite as emblematic of the colour scarlet as the flaming coral tree. Find out more about this family of colourful fauna.
The ongoing drought is taking its toll on South Africa’s wildlife. In the Kruger National Park, questions have been raised about the possible impact that a potential re-opening of some old boreholes could have on the park’s elephants.
Girl power! Find out more about the all-female anti-poaching unit that is making waves in conservation.
Can tradition and conservation sit side by side when it comes to vultures – a species that soars across boundaries?
Gardening for birds – how to attract birds to your garden by meeting their 3 basic requirements.
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.
A short, graphically minimalistic, conceptual animation that portrays the loss of elephant populations across African countries.
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.
9 facts about the iconic African mahogany tree!
To celebrate World Wildlife Day on 3 March 2016, Elephant Action League is proud to announce the first Italian ivory crush to be held in Rome.
Africa’s extraordinary and charismatic wildlife is clearly under siege from the wrecking ball that is China.
The key to protecting leopards could be in providing high quality research on population numbers and the distribution of leopards across the African continent.
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.
Drawing inspiration from the bumpy geometry of the Namib beetle, scientists have developed a material that could improve water harvesting and electricity generation.
Markets of death and blood permits – how cheating officials at CITES are fuelling the illegal wildlife trade.
What is a game ranger? What is a field guide? These roles have changed over the years, resulting in some confusion.
How you can garden in drought conditions with these eight plants that need little to no water.
A new method of anonymous online participation gets farmers and conservationists to agree on how to reduce conflict between livestock and carnivores in Namibia.
Greenpeace warns that tropical forests in Africa could be lost to a palm oil bonanza that has already razed millions of hectares of south-east Asia
Blood Lions DVD now available for purchase in South Africa on Takealot.com
The rare okapi faces numerous threats, but SMART technology could save them.
Meet the hirola – an unassuming creature that is the centre of what may be one of the most successful conservation efforts in recent history.
A definitive line is drawn in the sand when it comes to canned hunting and captive-breeding by a respected group of lion specialists.
Watch this video to learn more about the pangolin – the most illegally traded mammal in the wild.
The Asian end of the grisly wildlife trade business and a place that has become China’s illegal wildlife supermarket.
A closer look at some of the use of medicinal plants in the Pondoland region of South Africa.
According to a wildlife expert, wildlife poaching has become a serious threat to democracy in many countries where it takes place.
Population numbers of predators in Zimbabwe have dropped due to land reform.
U.S.-based entrepreneurs are developing synthetic rhino horn that can’t be differentiated from actual horn, but WildAid and the Center for Biological Diversity believe that this will only accelerate consumer demand in Asia for illegal wildlife products.