Percentage of auctioned photograph to be donated for the protection of rhinos.
Eradicating a range of social and wildlife crimes negatively impacting local people and wildlife on the edge of the Kruger National Park.
Join part of a three month canoe expedition to raise funds for rhino relocation.
Dramatic 48% decline in Mozambique’s elephant population is due to criminal gangs decimating elephants for their ivory.
See what creatures live on the Boland’s mountains thanks to these great camera trap images!
Do the mountain eland of Kilimanjaro exist or are they simply the stuff of legends?
The Endangered Wildlife Trust is dedicated to conserving threatened species and ecosystems in southern Africa.
Specialised rangers at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy protecting a brand-new black rhino calf.
Nomadic community donate a horse to anti-poaching patrols in Zakouma.
GPS collars fitted on elephants give hope to conservation efforts.
These ancient mariners find protection on the coast of South Africa.
100 rhinos are to be airlifted to safety thanks to Rhinos without Borders.
Beauty Without Cruelty showing how everyone can make caring choices in everyday life.
The Brandberg Rhino Run to raise money for Namibia’s Save the Rhino Trust to help protect black rhinos.
Increasing reports of lions and hyenas attacking juvenile black rhino show the species face yet another threat.
Wild dogs: a lost species is returned to Serengeti National Park.
A female cheetah relocated to Gondwana Game Reserve.
Addo Elephant National Park’s fight against rhino poaching was stepped up a notch recently when it took ownership of a Polaris all-terrain vehicle.
How lions in South Africa are destined to end up being traded to China.
Two sisters cycle through Asia, teaching kids about rhino conservation along the way.
A successful penguin release at Burgher’s Walk Restoration Project in Simon’s Town.
A leopard photograph by Beverley Joubert will go on auction later this month in benefit of Rhinos Without Borders.
How eco-tourism has helped save the mountain gorilla in Rwanda.
A porcupine is returned home to Silvermine Nature Reserve after two months of rehabilitation due to the Cape fire.
Meet the Banguweulu Wetlands Project anti-poaching horse patrol!
From Garamba’s dark history to its blossoming future, here are 9 facts about this park in the DRC.
Walking the 6km Durban beachfront in 1900s diver gear for vervet monkeys.
The makings of a new wild dog pack in Zululand Rhino Reserve.
Find out how MyPlanet supports the Volunteer Wildfire Services and the amazing firefighting work they are doing in the Western Cape.
Botswana’s villagers wish for the return of elephant hunting.
Meet Dan and Josh traveling the length of the Okavango to raise money for rhinos!
What you didn’t know about Gaboon adders at iSimangaliso Wetland Park.
A road kill survey of Pilanesberg National Park produces some interesting results.
The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre’s new rhino sanctuary needs your help!
Preserving wildlife, protecting vegetation and uplifting the local community at Gondwana Game Reserve.
Eelco makes it to Vic Falls in his epic cycle for the orange-breasted waxbill – with some interesting elephant encounters along the way!
Whales freed from entanglement in fishing lines and shark nets thanks to your help!
The determination of a 7-year-old girl and her 5-year-old sister saved a baby loggerhead turtle in Gordon’s Bay, near Cape Town.
Under Presidential orders Leakey has been made chairman of the Kenya Wildlife Services and told to tackle the poaching crisis.
A summary of the recent African Elephant Summit where a Chinese delegate asked about buying elephant parts including the trunk and penis.
Eelco Meyjes is cycling 3,000km from Cape Town to Vic Falls for the orange-breasted waxbill. Read all about his crazy adventure.
Are South African conservation authorities intent on shipping some of our wild rhinos to live out their lives “safely” on hunting and horn cropping farms?
SANParks former managing executive of tourism development and marketing, Mr Glenn Phillips, is to take over as the head of Kruger National Park.
Young primatologist takes first photo ever of Bouvier’s red colobus.
Discussing the policies on leopard management on the Limpopo region of South Africa.
Officials bribed with a bucket of fish so fisherman can break the rules in False Bay.