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We are a conservation NGO that takes on the long-term management of National Parks in partnership with governments to save wildlife and help local communities
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African Parks 17h
Rangers in Garamba National Park risk everything to protect the last remaining elephants from highly militarised poachers in the heart of Central Africa.
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CITES 23h
Watch coverage of the extraordinary resurgence & revival of , particularly , at Zakouma National Park in Chad thanks to the great work of |
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African Parks Apr 20
Marine-rich waters, centuries-old fishing culture and the rare and elusive dugong all make Bazaruto in Mozambique one of the most extraordinary seascapes that should be on your bucket list of places to visit.
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National Geographic Apr 18
Biologist Alex Braczkowski had spent six months filming a pride of tree-climbing lions before they were poisoned
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Travel Rwanda Apr 19
has been awarded the inaugural Global Tourism Leadership Award by the World Tours & Tourism Council (WTTC) The award is in recognition of the country’s gains in the tourism sector &  gives the country renewed energy to achieve even more
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John E. Scanlon Apr 19
Good news for as Travel & Tourism sector joins the global fight against illegal wildlife trade Global Summit! Great support for 'Buenos Aires Declaration' from members & proud to sign on!
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African Parks Apr 19
Shoebills are quirky; but also endangered and heavily threatened by the illegal wildlife trade. But last year, our 10 community “Shoebill Guards” helped 6 chicks fledge, adding slowly but surely to growing shoebill population.
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The Wyss Foundation Apr 18
There is some good news in the conservation world. H/T
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African Parks Apr 18
Just one week left to raise much-needed funds for Liwonde’s NP Manager, Craig Reid, who is running the to raise money to protect the park and its rhinos
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African Parks Apr 17
Watch coverage of the astonishing abundance of wildlife in Zakouma National Park in Chad – an extraordinary story of resurgence and revival in the most unlikely place
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Lion Recovery Fund Apr 12
The West African sub-population of is Critically Endangered, with only an estimated 218 or so mature lions possibly remaining. The LRF supports in their efforts to protect lions in the Pendjari National Park in Benin. Photo by
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Elephant Crisis Fund Apr 15
Since our partner, , took over management of Pendjari complex from the Government Wildlife Authority in Benin last year, patrols have become more efficient with 16 poachers arrested & no elephants poached. 📷 Frank af Petersens
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Ulendo Safari Malawi Apr 16
Today is 'Save the Elephant Day'. These incredible creatures are facing threats from loss of habitat and poachers. and has had incredible success in the last few years with increasing the population. Today, let's celebrate this majestic creature!
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Malawi Travel Apr 17
. are continuing throughout 2018 to transform to become a premier wildlife destination. Find out more here:
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African Parks Apr 16
Conservation icon Dame Daphne Sheldrick’s loses her long battle with cancer, we extend our deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to the families and loved ones:
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African Parks Apr 13
. names Malawi as one of the top five travel destinations to visit in May. Make sure you book your trip today and secure your chance to contribute to revitalising this pocket of Africa:
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African Parks Apr 12
Teaching children about the importance of parks and how to conserve them and their wildlife is an essential part of building a constituency for conservation and in turn, ensuring the long-term survival of these protected areas.
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African Parks Apr 12
a eté moin de première main comment l’espoir est rétabli en République Centrafricaine alors que Chinko fournit un refuge aux personnes et aux animaux sauvages qui sont assiégés dans ce pays déchiré par la guerre. Lire la suite :
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African Parks Apr 11
. witnesses first-hand how hope is being restored in Central African Republic as Chinko provides a safe haven to people and wildlife who are under siege in this war-torn country. Read more:
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African Parks Apr 10
Devastating news as the worst attack to date claims the lives of 5 rangers & a driver in in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). We pay tribute to these brave men and send our deepest condolences to Virunga and the surviving family members:
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