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African Parks, Kafue, Zambia

Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park is Zambia’s oldest and largest national park – known for sweeping plains and wetlands, and abundant and unique wildlife

Opinion Editorial

THIS WEEK

Explore Kenya’s Gedi Ruins, the state of Africa’s rhinos, awesome special offers to Botswana for SADC residents, and roaring roosters – this week with AG

Decoding science, Hunting, Natural history, Poaching

The state of Africa’s rhino

Here’s our analysis of the IUCN report containing the most recent rhino numbers, trends, poaching incidents, conservation measures & trade updates

Arabuko-Sokoke Forest, Kenya

Gedi Ruins

Gedi was an important medieval East African city of trade. Today, you can visit Kenya’s Gedi Ruins to discover a lost Swahili civilisation

Opinion Editorial

THIS WEEK

Wall-to-wall wildlife action in Khwai, leopards and lions surviving snares, a Southern African mega safari and a quick trip to Okavango Delta – this week with AG

Botswana, Destinations, Khwai

Wall-to-wall wildlife – Khwai Private Reserve

Khwai in Botswana offers non-stop wildlife action. Our Photographer of the Year finalists visited the reserve for an epic experience

Decoding science, Human-wildlife conflict, Natural history

Human-wildlife conflict: The ones that got away from snares and shotguns

Scientists can now detect injuries from snares & shotguns on trophy-hunted lions & leopards – quantifying the extent of previously unreported human-wildlife conflict

Opinion Editorial

THIS WEEK

Exploring Kenya’s ancient Arabuko-Sokoke Forest, the ultimate in beach holidays, good news for planet Earth, nocturnal elephants and saving rare cycads – this week with AG

Arabuko-Sokoke Forest, Kenya

Arabuko-Sokoke Forest

Kenya’s ancient Arabuko-Sokoke Forest, home to endangered creatures found nowhere else on earth, is a birder’s dream

elephants
Decoding science, Human-wildlife conflict, Natural history

Elephants that creep in the dark – how elephants distinguish between human activities

Chobe elephants have learnt how to change their activity patterns to reduce risk of human encounters – new research

Opinion Editorial

THIS WEEK

Gorilla trekking in Bwindi, the ultimate beach holiday in Mozambique, the miniature owls of Africa and giant otters – this week with AG

Natural history

The miniature owls of Africa

Africa hosts a variety of miniature owls. From scops-owls, to white-faced owls & owlets, here is the rundown of these small, endearing birds

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