A successful large-scale collaring of elephants and antelopes aids in the restoration and protection of Pendjari and W National Parks, Benin.
Zimbabwe’s iconic Matusadonha National Park will now be managed by African Parks and the government in a bit to secure the park and restore wildlife populations.
African Parks has completed a series of lion translocations as part of wider efforts to restore Malawi’s parks; and for the first time in 20 years, a population of the iconic predators has been re-established in Liwonde National Park.
African Parks to take over the long term management of Liwonde National Park and Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve in Malawi!
Last seen over 20 years ago, the Pousargues’s mongoose has now been discovered in the Chinko Project Area.
Protecting rock art paintings in Ennedi Plateau, Chad.
Akagera’s new lions settle into their boma after a 46 hour journey.
Meet the Bangweulu Wetlands Project anti-poaching horse patrol – ensuring that this excellent conservation project thrives!
From Garamba’s dark history to its blossoming future, here are 9 facts about this park in the DRC.
DRC’s children affected by helicopter poaching incident.
Meet the dog unit taking at stand against poaching in Rwanda’s Akagera National Park.
Cocoa plants proving to be a sustainable alternative to poaching in the Congo.
Meet Rick and Shon, the dogs who helped rescue two African grey parrots, a crocodile and turtles on a canine mission in the Congo.
The return of the buffalo to Liuwa Plain National Park, Zambia
The Bangweulu Wetlands Project’s latest member, Seymour, the little chick who survived.
Liuwa’s Park Manager has captured the first clear images of the three lion cubs, born four months ago in Liuwa National Park.
Two lion cubs have been sighted in Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia, significantly marking the first birth of lion cubs in the park for well over 10 years.
Twenty-one new elephant calves have been sighted at Zakouma National Park in the Republic of Chad, marking a turnaround in the fortune of the park’s beleaguered elephant herds which had been decimated by poaching in recent years.
An alpha female has been re-collared and two young wild dogs collared for the first time in the 13 member-strong pack at Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia, in anticipation of a natural split in the group. Read the full story here.