Smart Parks power monitoring sensors for Hluhluwe-iMfolozi
26 July 2019
During a week-long operation that took place during July 2019 in Limpopo and Banhine national parks in Mozambique, nine elephants were collared by teams from Saving the Survivors and Elephants Alive. Placing tracking collars on elephants can provide incredibly valuable information on the areas in which they roamREAD MORE
This World Ranger Day, Peace Parks Foundation pays tribute to the brave men and women who are guarding Africa's precious conservation areas.
De Beers Group and Peace Parks Foundation has progressed the pioneering 'Moving Giants' elephant conservation initiative, with 53 more elephants successfully moved from South Africa to Zinave National Park in Mozambique.
The arrival of a canine unit in Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park was welcomed by the anti-poaching forces in June 2019. The team, consisting of a well-trained canine handler and tracking dog will be...
During the second week of July, 2019, zebra and giraffe were captured on a private game reserve in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and taken across countr-borders to Zinave National Park in Mozambique.
Hundreds of thousands of Mozambicans were affected by the country's worst cyclone yet. We deployed 17 brave rangers from Maputo Special Reserve, Zinave and Limpopo national parks on a 5 000 km journey...
A group of 15 rangers have been deployed from Limpopo and Zinave national parks, as well Maputo Special Reserve, to aid those affected by Cyclone Kenneth in Mozambique's Quirimbas region.