Five more black rhino have bee safely translocated to Zakouma National Park, Chad's oldest national park, to join the surviving pair. African Parks hope the outcome this time will be different, bringing the return og black rhino population to Chad...
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Source: Graeme Green | The Guardian
Le Forgotten Parks Foundation (FPF) a signé un accord, pour rejoindre le programme d’incubation d’African Parks Network (APN), en République démocratique du Congo (RDC). Ce...
Source: Daniel Allen | BBC Wildlife
Journalist, Daniel Allen writes about how Zakouma National Park is revitalised and is welcoming back elephants and a rare subspecies of giraffe.
Source: Mail & Guardian | Donovan Jooste
When one thinks of Africa, there are certain iconic animals that spring to mind amid the vast diversity of its wildlife. The tusks and ears...
Source: The New York Times | Rachel Nuwer
A herd of 2,000 rhinoceroses urgently in need of a new owner has finally found one: The rhinos and the farm where they live in...
Source: Daily Maverick/Don Pinnock
The article discusses the concept of rewilding in Africa as a means of conserving biodiversity. It highlights the example of the Majete Wildlife Reserve, which...
Source: Mongabay/Leonie Joubert
Journalist, Leonie Joubert writes about how Researchers from African Parks and Harvard University's Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology are focusing on baïs, mineral-rich clearings...
Source: National Geographic | Dina Fine Maron
Dina Maron writes about how African Parks has stepped in as the new owner of a 7 800-hectare property in South Africa, which currently holds...
Source: The Guardian
Graeme Green writes about the recent giraffe translocation to Iona National Park sighting how the giraffes are a message of hope for the country.
Source: Don Pinnock
Journalist Don Pinnock spoke to Conservationist Kester Vickery, to explain the nuts and bolts of capturing and moving rhinos.
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