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Wildlife corridors – paths of connection and hope

Wildlife corridors are used by lions, elephants & other large creatures. If humans avoid those corridors they can reduce loss of lives & livelihood

Thrills and spills on the Nile River in Uganda
Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 14 January 2022

Comment – teamAG – Friday 14 January 2022

Photographer of the Year Winners Trip 2021
Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Khwai – photographer’s paradise

Khwai (Botswana) is every wildlife photographer’s dream. Check out this gallery of images & contact us for your safari plans

Human-wildlife conflict, Natural history

The emotions of human-wildlife conflict

Human-wildlife conflict – emotions and cultural significance attached to wild carnivores strongly influence mitigation strategies. New Research

Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 07 January 2022

Comment – teamAG – Friday 07 January 2022

Destinations, Natural history, Travel & Lifestyle

South and central Madagascar

South and central Madagascar is popular with tourists who enjoy the spiny forests, elegant sifakas, ring-taled lemurs and desert canyons

Destinations, Natural history, Travel & Lifestyle

Northern Madagascar

Northern Madagascar – biodiversity, lush rainforests, mangroves, azure lagoons, palm-fringed beaches, lemurs and ferocious fossa

Destinations, Natural history, Travel & Lifestyle

Eastern Madagascar

A journey through eastern Madagascar is an adventure for endemic lemurs, birds, reptiles, pristine beaches and ancient forest

Destinations, Natural history, Travel & Lifestyle

Western Madagascar

Western Madagascar boasts iconic images and creatures – fossas, lemurs galore, upside-down trees and rocks with teeth!

Opinion Editorial

Rhino horn trade – yes or no

The ongoing slaughter of Kruger’s rhinos forces the debate about rhino horn trade into the open again. Tony Carnie reopens this can of worms

Natural history

Thomson’s gazelle – underappreciated speedster

The Thomson’s gazelle is an under-appreciated antelope of the Mara-Serengeti – a terrific athlete, and integral part of the Great Migration

Comment – teamAG
Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 31 December 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 31 December 2021