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This is why we’re moving 200 elephants

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....

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Greater Mapungubwe Tri-Nations Camp

Children in the Wilderness host an annual Tri-Nations Camp at Mapungubwe National Park, where we bring children together from these three countries. The initiative began in 2015 as a way of including children...

Zinave National Park, paradise in the making

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...

Getting Smart

Zinave National Park is using cutting-edge technology to protect its wildlife.

KAZA press trip across 5 countries inspires international journalists

The Kavango Zambezi (KAZA) Secretariat partnered with a wide range of organisations and stakeholders to host a ground-breaking media tour from 15-25 November 2018, as part of an initiative to profile the KAZA...

2018 SANParks Kudu Awards winners announced

South African National Parks (SANParks) recently held its 14th Kudu Awards ceremony celebrating its employees, as well as multiple stakeholders who play a pivotal role in strengthening conservation in South Africa.

‘Ik ga op reis en ik neem mee…’ – Merel Westrik

In the first episode of 'I'm going on a trip and I'm taking ...', Merel Westrik traveled with Martijn Krabbé to the Kruger National Park in South Africa. There they went on a...

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