The perilous 1,000-mile journey to save Africa’s endangered black rhinos
28 October 2022
In a bid to conserve endangered wildlife and mitigate environmental crimes, The Bateleurs, a non-profit organisation has joined forces with Peace Parks Foundation. This partnership provides crucial aerial anti-poaching support to the Integrated Wildlife Zones Project (IWZP). The IWZP is an initiative led by South Africa’s Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, gaining crucial […]
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 […]
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Along the Savé river, in the north-west of the Province of Inhambane, Zinave National Park makes the transition between the wet tropical lands and the dry lands of Mozambique; it represents an important crossing point for the nomadic animals migrating through the region. Giraffe, an icon of this park, lope through vegetation rich in acacias […]
In a pivotal development for Malawi wildlife conservation, the country’s Minister of Tourism, The Hon. Vera Kamtukule, and the Chief Executive Officer of Peace Parks Foundation, Mr. Werner Myburgh, today signed a ground-breaking 20-year co-management agreement to secure the long-term protection and sustainability of two vital ecological havens in Malawi: Nyika National Park and Vwaza […]
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