An interesting article from the BBC travel highlighting the rock art wonderland that is Ennedi in Chad.
African Parks in the News
Source: BBC Travel
Source: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Journalist Wim Schumacher praises AP for restoring Liuwa's biodiversity and their dedication to the well-being of local communities.
With both the courage and persistence of its diverse people, Zakouma National Park, Chad, is an inspiration for what is possible when partnerships are formed...
Translocations are a vital part of Malawi’s elephant management strategy to simulate the natural occurrence of migration.
Source: African Parks / Marcus Westberg
Wildlife numbers in Boma and Badingilo national parks in South Sudan are far greater than even the most optimistic experts predicted.
Source: Earth Island Journal / Michael Levy
Earth Island journalist Michael Levy writes about the potential management of the Mulanje Forest Reserve. He mentions that if put under management, the reserve will...
Source: huaxia / Xinhua
The article by Xinhua reports on the lion population growth in Rwanda's Akagera National Park to 58, up from zero over 20 years ago. The...
Source: Africa Geographic
Africa Geographic highlights the beauty and biodiversity of Liwonde National Park. The park is home to a variety of wildlife, including elephants, hippos, and crocodiles...
Source: African Parks
African Parks is pleased to announce our new partnership with the independent charitable foundation LGT Venture Philanthropy to improve conservation efforts across Sub-Saharan Africa.
Source: The Independent
A national park on the shores of Zimbabwe’s Lake Kariba is slowly reawakening after coming to the edge of decimation from illegal fishing, gold mining...
Subscribe to Receive African Parks Stories.×