"By trying often, the monkey learns to jump from the tree" African proverb
Kiswahili names for the wildlife in Tanzania!
News from UK: fighting the ivory traffic
'Elephants are one of the world's most iconic animals and we must do all we can to protect them for future generations'
Good news for wildlife protection! The African high-tech collaboration to improve wildlife law enforcement has born. https://news.mongabay.com/wildtech/2018/05/online-network-seeks-to-boost-international-collaboration-against-wildlife-trafficking-in-central-africa/
Five countries that are home to some of the most iconic and threatened animal species in the world have joined forces in a high-tech collaboration to improve wildlife law enforcement.…
Something funny to celebrate Biodiversity day with a smile
Millions of bats seen from Michele's hotel window in Abidjan, Ivory Coast
PAMS week starts talking about giraffes...
New research has highlighted how little we know about giraffe behavior and ecology.
Another sad loss. Our thoughts are with you all.
A very sad and big loss to both CSL and DNPW on the tragic death of our colleague. Yesterday we buried our friend and colleague Jimmy Chilepa. Jimmy had been with CSL for over 8 years and was highly regarded as one of our strongest, bravest and hard working scouts. Very quiet and unassuming, Jimmy generated excellent results with his team. We are devastated at the loss of Jimmy who was tragically killed by an elephant in unfortunate circumstances whilst on patrol. Our condolences to his family, friends and colleagues. His name will live with us forever. May we take the time once again to remember our men and women who risk and lose their lives. MHSRIP. ... See more
https://m.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/heavy-sentences-for-convicted-rhino-poachers-20180519 Great to finally see some semi decent convictions in South Africa
Four men have been sentenced to a collective 90 years in prison in the Zeerust Regional Court for their roles in a rhino poaching incident in Potchefstroom last year.
PAMS - helping to protect essential wildlife migratory corridors by reducing human wildlife conflicting along the corridors. Here the team is erecting 'chili fences' to prevent elephants from raiding crops.
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