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Great Limpopo TFCA, Kruger National Park, Limpopo National Park, Wildlife Crime

The unintended victims of a hidden killer

Snares and traps kill millions of animals across the world each year. Unfortunately, snares do not discriminate, catching anything that dare cross their path. A devastating find this week in Limpopo National Park, Mozambique, was once again evidence of this sad fact. Strategically concealed in a high density antelope movement area, a snare line had not only slain a Waterbuck, but also three endangered African Wild Dogs.

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Community Development, Great Limpopo TFCA, Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

Choosing Life

A unique sport for development programme is giving youth from rural communities in Mozambique the opportunity to learn more about the critical symbiosis between man and nature. They are also introduced to the...

Community Development, Great Limpopo TFCA, Zinave National Park

A stolen forest repurposed

Zinave National Park recently presented the Macangussane Primary School near the town of Macuvale, located in the buffer zone of the park, with 37 new desks to celebrate the start of the 2019...

Great Limpopo TFCA, Kruger National Park, Limpopo National Park, Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

Borders are barriers no more

Across the borders of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area, ranger forces from South African National Parks and Mozambique’s National Administration for Conservation Areas, are leading the way in the successful execution of...

Great Limpopo TFCA, Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

A safe space for rhinos

The Postcode Meerkat, a wide-area surveillance system, has been operationally deployed in South Africa’s Kruger National Park for the better part of 21 months. Surveillance data and information collected through this system have...

Great Limpopo TFCA, Kavango Zambezi TFCA, Lubombo TFCA, Technology and Innovation

Two-wheel technology: powerful pedals for conservation

Using bicycles in conservation offers simple solutions to complicated transportation problems in remote and expansive protected areas that often have limited resources. A group of Peace Park Foundation’s mountain biking enthusiasts took up...

Great Limpopo TFCA, Wildlife Crime

Calling in the dogs to disrupt wildlife trafficking in Mozambique

On Monday 26 November 2018, Mozambique officially welcomed a specialized team of detection dogs and their handlers to Maputo. The new unit has been established to enhance law enforcement activities at critical points...

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