WWF releases camera trap images by Will Burrard-Lucas of some of Namibia’s elusive animals – some of which have never been photographed in high definition before.
As WildAid seeks to raise awareness by claiming Chinese New Year to be the Year of The Elephant – we take a look at state of elephant populations.
Endangered Wildlife Trust has published a study on wildlife ranching, which shows that South African private wildlife numbers may be inflated threefold.
Does trophy hunting support wildlife conservation in Africa? The world’s most influential hunters’ association would like you to think so.
South African conservationists and award-winning photographers, Dereck and Beverly Joubert, appear on a U.S. talk show to discuss their new television documentary, Soul of the Elephant.
US donates $750,000 of survival, surveillance and investigative equipment at a ceremony in the Kruger National Park to help in the fight against wildlife crime, and rhino poaching in particular.
Conservationists urge Malian government to tackle ivory trafficking as 16 elephants killed in this year, with over 80 killed in 2015.
The Tusk Conservation Awards are calling for nominations for people you think are achieving notable conservation success and deserve recognition!
The tricky task of fitting vultures on Zululand Rhino Reserve with GPS tracking units, along with tagging, ringing and measuring them to monitor the vulture population.
Leading Hollywood and media personalities will be in Kenya in April to attend a major summit on the illegal trade in wildlife.
To avoid putting additional pressure on leopard populations, a leopard trophy hunting ban is in place throughout 2016.
Unravelling the danger of snares – the indiscriminate killer of the bushveld.
Help to save some of the last tuskers in Africa by going on a safari in Kenya that offers a behind-the-scenes look at the conservation work of The Tsavo Trust.
Over 60 environmental and tourism groups demand stop to new oil drilling threat to Africa’s oldest national park.
To help in times of drought, here are some tips to choosing the right indigenous plants for a diverse and water-wise garden.
The Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia has achieved the prestigious status of being the world’s first carbon neutral national park.
A little girl hopes to not only raise money to donate towards saving endangered animals, but to also inspire people around the world and show children how they can help animals too!
New research shows that the puff adder is the first terrestrial vertebrate species to use chemical camouflage, as well as visual camouflage, to survive.
Two South African sisters are back in Cape Town after cycling 6,000 kilometres across Southeast Asia to create awareness about the plight of the rhino.
An open letter to Mr. Hume, the owner of South Africa’s largest privately owned rhino herd, with regards to his wish to lift the CITES ban on the rhino horn trade.
How hippos are suffering in the drought in southern Africa.
A summary of a recently published report on an undercover investigation by the Elephant Action League (EAL) on China’s ivory trade.
Citing a “better and safer environment,” a high-ranking official in Zimbabwe states that more of the country’s wildlife will be captured and sent to China in 2016.
27 things you need to know about lion trophy imports in the US, and the impact hunting is having on lions in Africa.
A close-up encounter with cheetahs at Okonjima – home of the AfriCat Foundation.
Lions in central and West Africa are to be placed under the protection of the Endangered Species Act in order to set a higher bar for hunters who want to bring lion trophies into the United States.
Loggerhead turtle downgraded from Endangered to Vulnerable thanks to conservation efforts.
A quarter of the way to reaching their target, Rhinos Without Borders updates everyone on their latest relocation and wishes to thank everyone for making sure that rhino conservation isn’t just a conversation.
Experts state that the government’s target to kill 20,000 threatened Mauritian flying foxes was exceeded in the recent cull of the Mauritius bat.
Garden Route residents petition for the Tsitsikamma Marine Protected Area to keep its status.
The conflict between subsistence farmers and lions continues in the Amboseli ecosystem as a lion pride is poisoned.
(en)snared is a documentary that explores how the fate of the wild dog in KwaZulu-Natal is in the fate of local communities.
Wild dogs steal the show on a safari in Zululand Rhino Reserve.
iSimangaliso dehorns and translocates six rhino in an emergency intervention, due to drought.
The number of dragonfly species known in Africa has increased by almost 10%, and this research highlights that we must prioritise the search for unknown life before it’s too late.
Researchers have found that since 1992, Ghana has lost between 90 to 99 percent of its grey parrots as a result of the pet trade and habitat loss.
Is there hope for South Africa’s wildlife now that Chinese business leaders have pledged their support to combat the illegal wildlife trade?
SANParks is implementing a new system to streamline day visitors into Kruger National Park over the festive season.
The price of ivory plummets in China!
iSimangaliso is dealing with the harsh reality of drought.
Sea turtles that have been found stranded on Cape and Western Cape beaches over the past 18 months, have been rehabilitated by Two Oceans Aquarium and released into the ocean off Cape Point in South Africa.
A closer look at cheetahs this International Cheetah Day.
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.
Licences for the Botswana side of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, one of Africa’s largest conservation areas, have been granted for fracking.
In today’s high-tech world, it’s often the simplest solutions that turn out to be best – and an innovative project using bees to reduce conflict with elephants and rural African farmers is proving particularly elegant in its simplicity.
Good news for the beautiful Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park as coal mine application is withdrawn.