2019 - a year of impactful, dynamic conservation.
19 December 2019
Moving the world’s largest land mammal is not easy work. It takes months — if not years — of planning and coordination. It takes a lot of money, it takes passion, and it takes a serious amount of collaborators. In other words, it's not a casual endeavor. This week, we’re looking back at the process and what the team had to say about this momentous undertaking and why we undertook it in the first place....READ MORE
Zinave National Park has been a buzz of activity since 2016. In one of the biggest wildlife translocation operations between South Africa and Mozambique, animals started streaming in, and after three years of...
Zinave National Park is using cutting-edge technology to protect its wildlife.
Too many elephants can overwhelm an ecosystem. But, surprisingly, not enough elephants can have an equally damaging impact.
After a devastating civil war, one organization is committed to restoring Zinave National Park to its former glory.
CEOs from various companies visited the Kruger National Park on Friday to learn about what SANParks is doing to help curb rhino poaching, with the hopes of receiving funding from the private sector....
The dam at Massingir in southwestern Mozambique is like a bridge between two worlds, one a deadly threat to the wildlife in the other.