Africa Geographic Blog
Security operation uncovers large illegal logging operation in Mozambique.
Join the Garonga team around the campfire and learn more about the spookier residents and their dastardly habits… but be warned, these creepy creatures will get your Halloween chills up and running!
The upcoming summer rains in Zambia will soon usher in the country’s magical Emerald Season, where certain parts of the South Luangwa National Park transform into a verdant, watery oasis.
It takes a lot of skill to be a good cheetah mom in the Kalahari Desert.
Trophy hunting: Conservation biologist explains the complexity of the situation in a remote area of Tanzania, calls for reason and practical solutions that work on the ground.
Discussing the changing face of Africa’s conservation landscape in light of the recent Business of Conservation Conference (BCC) in Rwanda.
More than 30 wild-caught baby elephants, held captive for nearly a year in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, have been flown out of the country via Victoria Falls Airport en route to Chinese zoos.
One of north Kenya’s largest tuskers, a celebrated bull elephant called Matt, has sadly died – of natural causes.
Okapi conservation has received a boost, with the signing of a new management agreement for The Okapi Wildlife Reserve in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Journeys with Purpose expedition team head to Mozambique to support its threatened wildlife and connect with the local communities.
TRAGEDY for Zambian conservation as court gives go ahead to mine inside Lower Zambezi National Park.
Severe drought in Mana Pools is affecting elephants and other wildlife – a photographer shares her images and thoughts.
When last did you hear the silence of the bush and when will you hear it again?
In a tragic incident a young elephant bull had to be shot by field rangers after charging SANParks staff members at a rest camp in the Kruger National Park.
What happened here? Squashed crocodile found underneath elephant, both animals dead.
The beautiful Olifants River is a magnificent habitat for a variety of riverine birds that draw birders from all over the world.
Male lions kill and eat a lioness, as witnessed by EcoTraining students in the Greater Kruger.
Get the most out of your Zambian safari with these five useful tips.
At least four people have been killed and seven others injured by marauding elephants in northern Tanzania in the Kilimanjaro region.
Spring means so much more to the African bush than just warmer days and nights! It signals the arrival of a time of plenty and the start of another phenomenal year of growth in the Greater Kruger.