Wildlife corridors — from divide and conquer to connect and restore
04 Feb 2022
The process of becoming a qualified canine (K9) handler requires constant, intensive training where technical aspects come second to the deeper experience of forming powerful bonds of mutual trust, understanding and respect between man and animal.READ MORE
Peace Parks Foundation – with the continued support of the donor community and our partners – managed to celebrate some of our most significant milestones to date in 2021.
Peace Parks Foundation is honoured to welcome the President of Zambia, His Excellency Hakainde Hichilema, as its newest Patron.
The development of two of Malawi’s ecologically-crucial wilderness areas, Nyika National Park and Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve, is progressing in leaps and bounds. The country’s Minister for Tourism, Culture and Wildlife, Hon Dr....
On 18 September 2021, hundreds of rangers - including eight teams of our own conservation guardians - will gear up to take part in the Wildlife Ranger Challenge.
Peace Parks Foundation is mourning the passing of a true giant in southern African conservation and a deeply respected former colleague, Mr Sedia Modise, who was a pioneering figure in the formalisation of...
The ongoing protection and development of Malawi’s Nyika National Park and Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve has been greatly enhanced with the handover of six brand new 4x4 vehicles.