New research from Botswana shows that translocating lions in conflict with livestock owners is expensive and results in high lion mortality, repeat offences and very little reduction in human-lion conflict.
Namibian elephant auction: We look at the background, reasons and context of the controversial sale by auction of 170 wild-caught elephants
Compensation given for damage causing animals on the western boundary of the greater Kruger National Park – a contested and emotive issue
The Edge of Existence tells the story of human-wildlife conflict on the western boundary of Tanzania’s Serengeti. We interview the filmmaker
The ‘problem-causing’ elephant known as Riff Raff has been shot and killed by provincial authorities in South Africa
Human-lion conflict is a major issue for the conservation of wild lions – we look at the successful Kwando Carnivore Project in KAZA
Wild dogs face increased persecution, as evidenced by this puppy carcass found on a road – likely the victim of an intentional killing