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African Parks: Celebrating Leaders in African Wildlife Conservation

An incredible organisation devoted to African wildlife conservation, African Parks deserves to be recognised, appreciated and celebrated for their continued work in various parks and reserves across the continent. African Parks (AP) is a non-governmental organisation that works collaborates with …

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World Rhino Day: Featuring Kenya’s Rhinos

This World Rhino Day, we journey to East Africa to find out about the status of Kenya’s rhino population as well as the various organisations working to keep this magnificent yet incredibly vulnerable species alive. According to the World Wildlife …

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Good News Story: 3 Recent Wildlife Conservation Successes

Here is a welcome dose of good news in the form of three recent wildlife conservation successes in Africa. Despite the bombardment of bad news stories – conservation and otherwise – on our media channels, from the end of 2018 …

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AI: Latest Weapon in the Battle Against Wildlife Poaching

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) has potential to bring about real triumphs in wildlife conservation and protection across Africa in an otherwise devastating tale of species loss and extinction. Along with other human activities such as habitat destruction and …

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African Wild Dog Population Success in Luangwa Valley

In an exciting win for wildlife conservation regionally, the Luangwa Valley now boasts the largest population of African wild dogs in Zambia. The wildlife conservation spotlight has recently been shone on the Luangwa Valley in Zambia, as the population of African …

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