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Comment - teamAG
Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 05 November 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 05 November 2021

Destinations, Travel & Lifestyle

Samburu – home of the Samburu special 5

Samburu – an arid land steeped in rich tradition, where people, livestock, and wildlife thrive side by side, sharing precious resources.

Opinion Editorial, Travel & Lifestyle

In defense of (some) tourism

How do we rebuild travel after the trauma of 2020? Tourism is a conservation asset we can’t afford to lose and Africa is ahead of the game.

Natural history

White-bellied pangolin pups in Nigeria

White-bellied pangolin pups, rescued from an animal market in Lagos, desperately need help from Namibian pangolin expert Maria Diekmann

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Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 29 October 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 29 October 2021

Natural history

Bees – a solution to human-elephant conflict 

Bees and elephants – their busy, buzzing ways are providing a solution to human-elephant conflict – an innovative conservation solution

Destinations, Travel & Lifestyle

Cape Town – Mother City

Cape Town – the Mother City – offers a blend of a nature-lovers playground, modern city lifestyle, cultural diversity and foodie heaven

News

Update: Zambia’s Kasanka NP & world’s largest mammal migration under threat

Under threat: The world’s largest mammal migration and Zambia’s Kasanka NP still under threat from a foreign commercial agricultural company

Comment - teamAG
Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 22 October 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 22 October 2021

Human-wildlife conflict

Grabbing the lion by the tail – intervention vs interference

Grabbing the lion by the tail – Interference and intervention in the lives of wild animals are controversial and there are no simple answers as to when or if they are appropriate. Jamie Paterson gives her perspectives.

Natural history

Oryx – four legendary spear-tipped antelope

Oryx – four robust, dignified and courageous species. Icons of the desert perfectly adapted to their desiccated rangelands.

Comment - teamAG
Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 15 October 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 15 October 2021