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CEO note: More shades of grey + Laikipia + jumbo ID

CEO note: More shades of grey + Laikipia + jumbo ID

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2021 Weekly Selection: Week 10

Fantastic images from our Photographer of the Year 2021. Enter now to win US$10,000 cash and a Botswana safari

Laikipia
Natural history

Laikipia – land of staggering natural beauty

Laikipia in Kenya – a land of staggering beauty & biodiversity – a mosaic of wildlife conservancies, ranchlands & commercial farms

Natural history

SEEK and ye shall find – elephant identification

Elephant identification is a difficult task – but a new system based on ear patterns is making the task easier – research by Elephants Alive

Poaching

Rhino poaching in Botswana – is pride hampering prevention?

Is political pride hurting efforts to stop rhino poaching in Botswana? Reports from the field suggest that rhino poaching in Botswana has reached crisis point while the government denies this is the case.

Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Just in case + fences & elephants

CEO note: Just in case + fences & elephants

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2021 Weekly Selection: Week 9

Fantastic images from our Photographer of the Year 2021. Enter now to win US$10,000 cash and a Botswana safari

Natural history

The rhino Cryovault – frozen in time

If all the money, time, blood and sweat fails to save our wild rhinos, Hemmersbach has a solution. The rhino Cryovault holds repositories of rhino DNA, gametes, and tissues preserved indefinitely.

Opinion Editorial

Do fences stop elephant migration in Botswana?

Dr Erik Verreynne discusses the claim that fences are an underlying cause of the elephant mortalities in NG11/12 in 2020 in Botswana. His assessment, based on observation of elephants, the habitat and the actual state of the fences, concludes that there is little evidence to suggest fences stop elephant migration in Seronga or that they had a measurable effect on the 2020 die-off.

Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Diamonds, rhino horn and elephant auctions

CEO note: Diamonds, rhino horn and elephant auctions

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2021 Weekly Selection: Week 8

Fantastic images from our Photographer of the Year 2021. Enter now to win US$10,000 cash and a Botswana safari

Destinations, Nyungwe National Park, Rwanda

Nyungwe National Park

Nyungwe National Park is one of Rwanda’s best kept secrets – a magical tract of montane forest bursting with extraordinary biodiversity