African Parks is a conservation nonprofit that manages protected areas on behalf of Governments and communities across Africa. At the end of 2021, their portfolio consisted of 19 parks, covering 14.7 million hectares in 11 countries, where some of Africa’s...
African Parks in the News
Source: African Parks
Thirty endangered white rhinos arrived in Rwanda on Monday after a long journey from South Africa in a Boeing 747, conservationists said, hailing it as...
Source: Le Monde
L’opération a coûté environ 1 million de dollars et a impliqué 80 personnes, dont des vétérinaires et des spécialistes du transport d’animaux sauvages.
Source: The Guardian
In a bid to secure the future of the near threatened species, 30 animals have been driven, flown and finally rehomed in Akagera national park
Source: TIME Magazine
Benguerra Island in Bazaruto Archipelago National Park was listed by TIME Magazine as one of the World’s Greatest Places for 2021.
Source: Inside Imaging
There’s only a few weeks left to get your orders into the Prints for Wildlife initiative, with the lion’s share (excuse pun) of...
Source: The Outdoor Journal
A print fundraiser to spread hope for nature in times of COVID-19. Supporting parks managed in partnership with local governments by African Parks.
Source: Outdoor Photography
Following the success of 2020’s Prints for Wildlife, the ambitious initiative is back this summer for a second edition. Here’s the lowdown on some of...
Source: Travel Awaits
At the beginning of 2020, Africa’s tourism industry looked set for another successful year. The continent had the world’s second-fastest-growing tourism industry and was projected...
Source: The Australian
Putting a picture of these adorable lion cubs on your wall could help to save their lives. The second Prints for Wildlife campaign kicked off...
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