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Written By: admin on March 5, 2014 5 Comments
The price to pay for Charcoal

What I am seeing now is the effect this unregulated production is having on this fragile ecosystem, far more serve than the feeding habits of a hungry elephant. Vast tracts of acacia woodland have been deforested.

Written By: admin on January 3, 2013 No Comment
Zebra Without Borders

Further research and time might reveal this dispersal to possibly be the longest transboundary mammal migration in southern Africa.

Written By: admin on October 31, 2012 3 Comments
Training to be an aerial observer

Tempe Adams has joined the Elephants Without Borders team to investigate human-elephant interaction in northern Botswana for her PhD project

Written By: admin on March 30, 2012 One Comment
EWB and the KAZA-TFCA

He said if we could secure large tracts of habitat for elephants and promote the ideal that communities could mutually benefit living with wildlife, then we would be securing a healthy environment for all: elephants, wildlife and people.

Written By: admin on March 12, 2012 One Comment
Chobe Forest Reserves Surveys Completed

A complex mosaic of forests, national parks, agricultural fields, grazing lands and human settlements interspersed with diverse natural communities poses significant challenges for conservation in the Chobe district. Within this mosaic, the FRs are important habitats for threatened and endangered wildlife species such as eland, roan, and sable.

Written By: admin on June 25, 2011 No Comment
Aerial Survey Presentation held in Maun

This event was to be the first presentation given in a line of others, as EWB disseminates the survey and analysis results publicly in order to provide vital information on trends of wildlife populations and the issues which have influenced their trends

Written By: admin on July 8, 2010 One Comment
Okavango Panhandle aerial survey 2010

The Okavango panhandle is a unique area… a system where wildlife, in particular elephants, and people struggle to live within a confined area.The purpose of the survey is to answer pertinent questions as to the area’s population of elephants, their growth rate, their limited movements, an insight to human-elephant conflict in the region, and to potentially be able to put forward various management options to relieve elephant compression and their conflict with people.

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