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Lubombo TFCA, Maputo Special Reserve, Rewilding

A great year for wildlife in Maputo Special Reserve

Since 2013, more than 4 200 animals have been translocated to Maputo Special Reserve through a multi-year rewilding project led by Peace Parks Foundation in support of Mozambique’s National Administration of Conservation Areas (ANAC). On Sunday 11 November 2018, Peace Parks released three more buffalo into the reserve, thereby concluding a busy translocation season.

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China, Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

China, the next generation: reconnecting, inspiring, protecting

Young people from Shanghai are using innovative design to educate their communities on environmental and rhino protection matters. This initiative, that utilises the creative skills of Chinese youth to inspire change as a...

SA College for Tourism

A gourmet stand-off for title of Fab Chef 2018

Eight pairs of chefs in training competed for the Fab Chef 2018 title at the SA College for Tourism.

Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

Rhino Ranger returns to stop the demand for rhino horn in Vietnam

Rhino Ranger returned this month with a second edition of the popular Rhino Ranger Comic book targeted at changing the hearts and minds of school-going Vietnamese youth to reduce and ultimately stop the...

Great Limpopo TFCA, Kruger National Park, Rewilding, Zinave National Park

500 animals journey from Kruger to Zinave

Through the support received from DEA and SANParks, a total of 291 impala, 153 wildebeest and 85 zebra were moved from Kruger National Park into Zinave this year, with Peace Parks Foundation funding...

Lower Zambezi – Mana Pools TFCA

Conservation partnership secures the future of Zambian forests

Zambia loses forest four times the size of New York City to deforestation every year. BCP (BioCarbon Partners) and Peace Parks Foundation are working to stop this.

Great Limpopo TFCA, Kruger National Park, Limpopo National Park, Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

Rangers are taking back their park

Poaching is being severely disrupted by the passion and perseverance of rangers in Limpopo National Park. Last week it led to the successful apprehension and arrest of two suspected rhino poachers in the...

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