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A Comeback for African National Parks
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Restoration: Nature's Return
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African Parks is a non-profit conservation organization that takes on direct responsibility for the rehabilitation and long-term management of protected areas in partnership with governments and local communities.
We are facing a conservation crisis in Africa. Some of the planet's most spectacular species are being lost, but we are working to protect them.
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African Parks in the News
Source: Conde Nast Traveler
African Parks’ CEO and co-founder, Peter Fearnhead, has been listed by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the 44 people who are changing the way we travel. Established in 2000 to address the challenges protected areas face, African Parks now...
Catherine Marshall travels to Odzala-Kokoua National Park and reports on the park's long history and the opportunities available to travelers who wish to experience this pristine wilderness.
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Some of Africa’s most exciting new destinations are in the wildest corners thanks to the ambitious conservation non-profit, African Parks. Here’s why you should add...
Source: African Parks
On the 5th of February 2019, a team of African Parks' eco-guards from Odzala-Kokoua National Park and Congolese police officers seized 86 kilograms of ivory...
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