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Akagera
Incredible diversity and stunning scenery make Akagera one of the most spectacular parks in Africa. Managed in partnership by and .
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African Parks Oct 18
Our five newest residents in just wanted to wish you a happy weekend! They continue to do well in their rewinding process after their historic translocation from the Czech Republic to Rwanda earlier this year 🦏
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African Parks Sep 22
Meet Ms. Claudine Uwihirwe from , Rwanda. She works in the ops room as a GIS officer doing data entry & plotting rhino locations to keep them safe. Since reintroducing rhinos in 2017, not 1 rhino has been lost to poaching!
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African Parks Sep 21
Shared vision, political action & funding support has helped create the most genetically diverse Eastern black population in Africa. The 5 rhinos translocated to in Rwanda earlier this year continue to do well in their new environment.
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Akagera Sep 18
are among the largest living land mammals after & . Females weigh in at 1,500 kgs on average & the largest males reach double that! are easily seen from a boat trip or along the lake edges in Photo by
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African Parks Sep 16
In a world where biodiversity is rapidly decreasing, we are managing 15 parks in 9 countries, and ensuring local communities experience the tangible benefits of conservation. Our goal is to manage 20 parks by 2020. Sign up at to learn more & how to help.
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Akagera Sep 16
Endless skies in .. have you been on a boat trip recently? Lake Ihema is Akagera's largest lake Photo by
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Jean Paul Karinganire Sep 11
It was great to be part of the exhibition. Representing .
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African Parks Sep 9
Watch this tired little cub take a nap in a tree in , Rwanda. The park’s lion pride has tripled in size since their reintroduction in 2015. With the birth of 11 cubs in the first year alone the species is thriving!
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Kwita Izina Sep 6
Replying to @AkageraPark
Anthony Nzuki, one of the exceptional rangers named a baby gorilla from the Kureba family, 'Karame'.
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Kwita Izina Sep 5
Peter Fearnhead & the team have played a huge role in Rwanda's conservation journey since 2010, carving their own place in Rwanda's conservation legacy. Don’t miss out on as we celebrate the conservation successes throughout the years!
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Mutesi Linda Aug 31
International tour operators and travel media join residents of Gasasa village in Rugando, Kimihurura for the monthly
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Visit Rwanda Aug 28
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the gorilla naming ceremony, has joined forces with to give everyone in the world the chance to help name a baby mountain gorilla! Check out the thread below to learn more and to place your vote! 🦍
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Akagera Aug 26
Great news from Association on the 3rd annual Grey crowned census, 748 cranes counted, an increase on last years count Read more:
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Akagera Aug 26
In an effort to be for this year's we used re-usable fabric numbering, reusable tokens to collect at check points and NO water bottles!
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Claire Nelson Aug 24
Thanks for an awesome Race!! ⚑️🚲πŸ’ͺπŸ‘
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Akagera Aug 24
The women who participated in today πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
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Akagera Aug 24
First to finish came in at 1 hour 17 minutes, first woman to finish came in at 1 hour 36 mins. Congratulations to all 142 participants! 2019
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David Toovey Aug 24
Live post! Rhino Velo Race in progress! πŸ’ͺ🦏🚲
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Akagera Aug 24
annual 2019 has just kicked off! 142 cyclists are on their way along the 35km track in Ndego, just outside the park, promoting awareness. Good luck!
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Mutesi Linda Aug 20
25 baby will be named at . According to a census which was carried out in 15-2016, the mountain gorilla population increased by 26.3%
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