The perilous 1,000-mile journey to save Africa’s endangered black rhinos
28 October 2022
In October 2023, an aerial census was conducted by the Maputo, Zinave, Banhine and Limpopo national parks to determine their wildlife populations, with support from Peace Parks Foundation and Mozambique’s National Administration for Conservation Areas (ANAC). Early estimates indicate a substantial growth in wildlife species across the participating parks, all attributed to successful conservation efforts. […]
Imagine a medical first responder course, specifically designed for senior game rangers operating at the frontlines of conservation and the combat against poaching. These men and women are guided through reality-based training, tailored to the situation on the ground. They emerge as certified coaches empowered to instruct taskforces in their own protected areas, with access […]
Without impalas and hyenas, the lion cannot be the king of the jungle. African Proverb Apex predators have serious status; the lion lies in first place in the mighty hierarchy of Africa’s food chain – a fair call given their magnificence, and top-down significance. But no species exists in isolation; survival hinges on the interplay […]
Marine and coastal protection in Mozambique has been given a significant boost with a € 5.9m grant awarded to Peace Parks Foundation, welcoming great partnerships into this exciting programme.
On 7 December, Mozambique’s Council for Ministers issued a decree to formally merge the spectacular terrestrial and marine ecosystems of Maputo Special Reserve and Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve into one conservation area —the new Maputo National Park.