Seventeen endangered black rhinos have been flown to Malawi from South Africa to boost the numbers and genetic diversity in one of the most ambitious relocations of the species.
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Source: The Times
WWF's Black Rhino Range Expansion Project has completed its 13th move of rhinos, this time to Malawi.
BLANTYRE (Reuters) - Seventeen black rhinos have been released into Malawi’s Liwonde national park after arriving from South Africa as part of conservation efforts aimed...
Source: National Geographic
How this conservation group is successfully fending off human threats in Africa’s degraded parks.
Source: Financial Times
After an extraordinary rewilding effort, the country known as the warm heart of Africa is emerging as a new safari wonderland. Lucia van der Post...
A few years ago, Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, published the results of something called the Great Elephant Census, which counted all the savanna...
Source: The Independent
Malawi’s revival of its parks and reserves has catapulted it to the top of the list for must-visit African countries, reports Millie Kerr for The...
Source: Smart Parks
Smart Parks and African Parks have successfully implanted the first GPS LoRaWAN™ enabled transmitters into the horns of two eastern black rhinos at Liwonde National...
Source: Sky News
Prince Harry has laid a wreath at the memorial site in Malawi for a British Army guardsman who died during an anti-poaching operation.
Source: BBC News
The Duke of Sussex has paid tribute to a British soldier killed during a counter-poaching operation in Malawi.
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