African Parks in the News
Source: rfi Afrique
Source: South China Morning Post
The Akagera park suffered grievously in civil war of the early 1990s but has earned back its ‘Big Five’ credentials to become a focus of...
We're in Malawi, with African Parks, a non-profit organisation that has taken a leading role in the country’s conservation efforts for the past 15 years.
Source: Mashable/Kelly Kline
The largest elephant relocation effort in history has finally come to a successful end. A total of 520 elephants were taken from two separate conservation spaces...
Source: National Geographic/Sarah Gibbens
Four minutes—that's the average amount of time wildlife officials have from when a tranquilizer dart punctures an elephant's thick skin to when the anesthetizing drug...
Source: Lonely Planet/Alex Butler
One of the largest elephant translocations in history was completed this week in Malawi, bringing more than 500 of the species into a wildlife reserve.
Source: Financial Times, David Pilling
Be transported to Liuwa Plain National Park in this wonderful write-up in the Financial Times about the wildlife viewing, especially Liuwa’s famous lions - Lady...
Source: The Verge/Amar Toor
Rwandan ‘smart park’ uses LoRaWAN to protect threatened animals.
Source: Gerben van 't Hof
Bungelend onder een kraan en daarna hobbelend op een trailer. Met Nederlandse hulp verhuizen in het Afrikaanse Malawi honderden olifanten naar een ander wildpark.
Source: Amanda N'Duka
“It’s a matter of what is the message, not necessarily the delivery method,” director Kathryn Bigelow said Friday speaking to attendees at the AT&T SHAPE...
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