African Parks in the News
Record Number of Elephant Calves Documented in Zakouma
Zakouma has had a very troubled past. Between 2002 to 2010 approximately 4,000 elephants were killed for their ivory, and only 450 elephants remained. African...
Le Retour des Rhinos au Tchad
Le rare Rhinocéros noir en voie d’être rendu à la nation tchadienne. Le dernier rhinocéros sauvage a été observé dans ce pays d'Afrique centrale dans...
Rhinos Return to Chad
In an unprecedented collaboration between the South African and Chadian Governments, SANParks and African Parks, is enabling the translocation of critically endangered black rhinos from...
African Parks: A Business Approach to Conservation
African Parks is a non-profit organisation that takes on direct responsibility for the rehabilitation and long-term management of national parks and protected areas, in partnership...
Bangweulu Wetlands, Zambia - "Where the water meets the sky"
The Remarkable Journey to Restore Rhinos to Rwanda
Rwanda Black Rhino Relocation The Return of an Icon
500 Elephant on the Move in Malawi
African Parks is undertaking one of the largest and most significant elephant translocations in human history, moving up to 500 elephants within Malawi
How to Move a GiantSource: CNN
Conservationists are relocating 500 elephants hundreds of miles from two overcrowded national parks to a reserve where the animals have been almost wiped out by...
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