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The science of keeping Kruger’s rhinos safe; help collar lions to secure their future; ultimate Cape Town to-do list; and see the zebra migration – this week with AG

Cape Town, Cape Winelands, Destinations, South Africa

Cape Town: the ultimate to-do list

The city of Cape Town is one of South Africa’s most popular tourist destinations – for good reason. Here’s our ultimate Cape Town to-do list

Decoding science, Illegal wildlife trade, Poaching

The science behind keeping the rhinos of Greater Kruger safe

How effective are Greater Kruger’s interventions in keeping rhinos safe? A new report analyses the effectiveness of rhino conservation

Boteti, Natural history, Salt Pans

Botswana’s zebra migrations

Botswana hosts two zebra migrations, one of which is the longest mammal migration in Africa. The zebras travel in search of water and grazing

Opinion Editorial


Your November safari sorted; Mara photo safari; Serengeti tented adventure & down with Botswana/Namibia vet fences? – this week with AG

Human-wildlife conflict, Opinion Editorial

Op Ed: Should Namibia and Botswana bring down their veterinary fences?

Should Namibia & Botswana bring down their veterinary fences? Gail Thomson makes the case for livelihoods, migratory routes & economy

Opinion Editorial


Tanzania’s rugged Nyerere NP; sexually deceptive orchids; an epic photo trip to Tuli; a safari to Congo’s forests and the shared experiences of penguins and space telescopes – this week with AG

Nyerere, Tanzania

Nyerere National Park – Selous rebranded

Recently declared Nyerere National Park, formerly part of Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania, is one of Africa’s most rugged wilderness areas

Decoding science, Natural history

The boudoir of beetles – how this orchid sexually deceives its pollinator

How this longhorn beetle has been deceived into copulating with a rare orchid, Disa forficaria, in order to act as its pollinator

Opinion Editorial


African Parks solves John Humes’ rhino crisis; KAZA elephant survey results; an epic South Luangwa safari; kids stay free in Okavango Delta; and don’t forget the hirolas – this week with AG

African Parks, News

African Parks purchases John Hume rhino farm – pledges to rewild 2,000 captive-bred rhinos

African Parks has purchased the world’s largest captive rhino breeding operation, to rescue and rewild the rhino to safe protected areas


KAZA’s elephant survey – the results are in

KAZA has released the 2022 KAZA Elephant Survey results, revealing that elephant populations within the region are stable

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