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Message from our CEO: Restoring ecosystems in the new ‘normal’

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.

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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.

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Supercharging Ecosystem Carbon Sinks

A high-level group of 60 scientists, economists, and civil society organisations have launched an initiative that, by 2023, will demonstrate the direct impact of nature solutions on solving the climate emergency.

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Statement on the loss of a cheetah in Maputo Special Reserve

Maputo Special Reserve, Mozambique, recently suffered the sad loss of one of the cheetahs reintroduced in October 2021, after the cheetah broke through the fence of the reserve and got caught in a...

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Successful cheetah translocation a victory for conservation

The milestone reintroduction of four cheetahs into Maputo Special Reserve has reached a triumphant conclusion, as the majestic cats bounded their way into their 104 200 hectare new home on 22 October. This...

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After 60 years, cheetahs return to Mozambique’s Maputo Special Reserve

Cheetahs will soon grace the wildlife-rich plains of Maputo Special Reserve in southern Mozambique for the first time since the 1960s.

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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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