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Written By: admin on September 1, 2013 2 Comments
Its crunch time for southern Africa’s elephants.  By Ian Michler

What lessons have we learnt from the previous poaching crisis and the attempts to regulate trade in ivory?

Written By: admin on January 29, 2013 One Comment
Community Conservation: Weaving & Leading

This project will contribute a gendered view to discussions of the local impacts of community conservation, which have all but been ignored to this point. In addition to being important for local women and their livelihoods, these considerations are also crucial as transfrontier conservation initiatives such as the KAZA TFCA

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 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 April 23, 2010 2 Comments
Tragic News, the loss of Kachikau

Kachikau’s death is tragic and sadly unnecessary. The issues surrounding the incident are extremely complex, but they threaten African elephants throughout the continent.

Written By: admin on November 7, 2009 No Comment
Wetlands Wildlife Count in Namibia

We must appreciate and remember that the river systems and adjoining community conservancies are valuable habitats for wildlife.

Written By: admin on October 31, 2009 3 Comments
Goodbye wishes to Elephant Ambassadors…

This season, we were quite busy and took collars off eleven elephants and deployed eight others, in a wide-variety of areas, thus far!

Written By: admin on September 13, 2009 3 Comments
Season of Fires

Southern Africa is burning, areas in Namibia, Zambia, Angola and Botswana are up in flames. The region is now subject to some of the highest levels of biomass burning in the world… our collared elephants moved in relation to the fires.

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