Tusk Conservation Awards 2022: Shortlist Announced!
27 Sep 2022
In South Africa's biggest national park, a camouflaged system of radars, cameras and sensors stands guard. The solar-powered technology is helping to protect Kruger National Park's rhinos from poachers, and the country's tourism industry as a result. The network can distinguish between human and animal movement and even includes an infrared sensor, so it can spot poachers at night and alert park rangers to their presence.READ MORE
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.
The rangers at Thornybush love the added thrills since the fence that separated them from Timbavati fell.