The perilous 1,000-mile journey to save Africa’s endangered black rhinos
28 Oct 2022
Wild dogs are naturally moving into Limpopo National Park, revealed by heat maps and increased sightings, signifying healthy ecosystems and reduced risks from human activity.
Seven star ranger leaders from protected areas across southern Africa have taken part in a ground-breaking Leadership and Resilience Training course – and it’s been a ranger game-changer for them, their teams and their vital work.
Seven critically endangered black rhino have been safely translocated from South Africa to Zinave National Park in Mozambique.
The process of becoming a qualified canine (K9) handler requires constant, intensive training where technical aspects come second to the deeper experience of forming powerful bonds of mutual trust, understanding and respect between man and animal.
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.
The anti-poaching team in Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve (PPMR) recently launched a new twin-engined boat, provided by The World Bank funded MozBio programme, which will further enhance law enforcement activities in this resplendent and ecologically crucial marine protected area.
The dedicated rangers in Zinave National Park,are successfully impeding the operations of sophisticated illegal logging syndicates intent on exploiting the natural resources of the Park for commercial gain.