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Zinave National Park

Great Limpopo TFCA, Zinave National Park

Shaping southern Africa’s greatest sanctuary for transfrontier vultures

Zinave has become a Vulture Safe Zone – the largest of its kind in southern Africa.

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Great Limpopo TFCA, Rewilding, Zinave National Park

Historic return of rhinos to Mozambique

For more than 40 years, rhino have been absent from Zinave National Park. This year will see their historic return to the park, as a new founder population for rhino in the Mozambique....

General, Maputo Special Reserve, Rewilding, Zinave National Park

The missing link between climate change and biodiversity

Man-made methods for climate sequestration are often expensive, time-consuming, and sometimes even risky. Fortunately, there is an efficient and affordable alternative, a solution that naturally draws tons of carbon from the atmosphere: rewilding!...

Banhine National Park, Community Development, COVID-19 Support, Great Limpopo TFCA, Limpopo National Park, Zinave National Park

Reducing the impact of COVID around Mozambique’s national parks

Rural communities living around national parks in Mozambique were protected from some of the devastating economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, through temporary employment for more than 700 community members.  

General, Great Limpopo TFCA, Rewilding, TFCAs, Zinave National Park

Rewilding Zinave – Return of the leopard

Two leopards have been introduced into Mozambique’s Zinave National Park as the founder animals of what will hopefully become a significant leopard population for the region.

General, Great Limpopo TFCA, TFCAs, Wildlife Crime, Zinave National Park

Chopping down illegal logging syndicates

The dedicated rangers in Zinave National Park,are successfully impeding the operations of sophisticated illegal logging syndicates intent on exploiting the natural resources of the Park for commercial gain.

Great Limpopo TFCA, Rewilding, TFCAs, Veterinary Health, Zinave National Park

Collaborative conservation continues between South Africa and Mozambique

In another victory for cross-border conservation, a series of successful wildlife translocations saw 27 Zebra and 62 blue wildebeest safely making the 1 250 km journey from Kruger National Park in South Africa...

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