African Parks in the News

  • Blog | 18 September 2017
    Liuwa Lions Update
    Source: Deon Joubert

    We regret to announce that following shortly after the passing of the iconic lioness Lady Liuwa, which was reported on the 10th of August, another...

  • Blog | 10 August 2017
    Remembering Lady Liuwa
    Source: Rob Reid

    It doesn't matter how much you know about lions, or what you think you know about them, how many scientific publications you've read, nor how...

  • Blog | 06 September 2016
    Making a Difference
    Source: African Parks

    Malaria has been dealt a serious blow with the opening and launch of initiatives by members of the Majete Malaria Project in Majete Wildlife Reserve...

  • Blog | 24 April 2016
    The Tale of Two Shoebills
    Source: African Parks

    Seymour, a shoebill chick, was brought to Bangweulu Wetlands by a concerned local community member. The fisherman had heard that people were planning to steal...

  • Blog | 20 March 2016
    Canine Command
    Source: African Parks

    Eight highly-trained dogs have joined the anti-poaching unit at Akagera National Park

  • Blog | 20 February 2016
    Changing Lives
    Source: African Parks

    The lives of four communities are being transformed by the planting of 40,000 cocoa saplings outside Odzala-Kokoua National Park in the Congo. The programme, involving...

  • Blog | 25 June 2015
    For Art’s Sake
    Source: African Parks

    More than 100 rock art sites have been identified by Rocco Rava, the African Parks manager, evaluating the potential for Ennedi to be established as...