African Parks in the News
Source: Daily Maverick / Tony Carnie
Majete Wildlife ReserveSource: Africa Geographic
Malawi’s remarkable story of rebirth
Malawi : près de 250 éléphants relocalisés dans un parc où l’espèce avait quasiment disparuSource: Le Monde
Des buffles, des impalas ou encore des phacochères seront également acheminés depuis la réserve de Liwonde, où le braconnage a fortement diminué, vers celle de...
This Lion Safari Gives Travelers a Deeper Look at Wildlife Conservation in AfricaSource: AFAR / Jennifer Flowers
For the first time, travelers can follow the path of a two-country collaboration in Africa that’s protecting one of nature’s noblest species.
How Wildlife is Flourishing Again in Akagera – The Region's Largest Protected Wetland and Rwanda’s ‘Big Five’ ParkSource: iNews
In a feature for iNews on Akagera National Park, Rwanda, Journalist Graeme Green spotlights its transformation and the efforts in conservation and tourism development.
Safaris Are Embracing a More Sustainable, Diverse FutureSource: AFAR
In a travel feature about the future of safaris, Journalist Jennifer Flowers spoke to our Head of Commercial Development, Dave Wilson, about the important role...
Global Land Outlook 2nd Edition: Land Restoration for Recovery and ResilienceSource: United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification
The UNCCD has released the second edition of its flagship Global Land Outlook, assessing human land use trends with guidance for management, restoration and recovery...
Beautiful BangweuluSource: Luxuria Lifestyle International
In a travel feature on Bangweulu Wetlands, journalist Sarah Kingdom describes the beauty of this remarkable community-owned wetland, where we’re working with the DNPW and...
L’Akagera, Fierté du RwandaSource: TV5 Monde
TV5 Monde published a story on the rebirth of Akagera, covering its extraordinary transformation arising from our conservation partnership with the Rwanda Development Board.
Diet DNA reveals novel African Forest elephant ecology on the grasslands of the Congo BasinSource: Wiley
Elephants are essential ecological engineers, creating and maintaining landscape structure and ecosystem function. The recently distinguished and critically endan- gered forest elephant is currently classified...
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