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South African National Parks (SANParks) and security partners in the Greater Kruger Region are jointly implementing a range of interventions as part of an integrated wildlife management approach to counter the effects of wildlife crime in … read more
A well-meaning observation by Kenya's Cabinet Secretary for Tourism and Wildlife Najib Balala on newer models of financing national parks has acquired a life of its own with some in conservation circles urging for the Rwandan way.
In Rwanda, a number of parks are managed by private entities.
This is coming at a time government… read more
Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park is being expanded by nearly 40 square miles in order to accommodate the growing population of mountain gorillas, the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) and Rwandan government disclosed.
Population research figures from 2016 show that the total gorilla population has topped 600 individuals, up from 480 in… read more
Dereck Joubert, CEO of Great Plains Conservation, and his wife, Beverly, will be launching a new range of conservation expeditions in Botswana.
The expeditions will be about discovery-based adventures, as opposed to ticking off a checklist, and will contribute to science by cataloguing events and wildlife. Travelers will reli… read more
Zimbabwe is re-introducing black rhinos to its second-largest game reserve, Gonarezhou National Park, the first time that the wildlife sanctuary will be home to the critically endangered species in nearly 30 years.
The initiative is part of measures to restore and promote biodiversity through the reintroduction of locally ex… read more
The World Heritage Committee at its meeting (online) on 16th of July has decided to remove the Democratic Republic of Congo’s … read more
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