Zebra Translocations

The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area

Peace Parks has embarked on a mission to rewild some of southern Africa’s most iconic wild spaces left decimated through years of harmful human impacts. More than 7,000 animals have already been translocated to the expansive Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation...

Heading 4 Health

Herding 4 Health in Limpopo National Park

Regeneration of rangelands to improve soil and vegetation health is a climate-change mitigation tool that is rapidly gaining credibility and acceptance worldwide. Herding 4 Health is an innovative, community-driven wildlife-friendly livestock management program that reduces human wildlife conflict caused by...

The Wild Dog Range Expansion Program on Karingani

The Wild Dog Range Expansion Project in Mozambique

African wild dogs have disappeared from much of their former range, threatened by shrinking habitat, persecution, disease, and human activity. While these premier hunters used to roam much of the African continent in numbers of 500,000 or more, the species...

Karingani Game Reserve Elephant

Game Reserve Elephant Collaring Project in Mozambique

Satellite tracking collars allow for critical information on elephant movement, migration, and habitat use to be collected. This enables researchers and reserve management to gain knowledge into how elephants utilize the landscape and provide insight into how they can better...

Rwanda Project - Volcanoes National Park

Biodiversity Monitoring in Rwanda

Camera traps Installed in agreement with Volcanoes National Park, these monitor wildlife entering the property and determine how and when they make use of the additional wildlife refuge area....

Akarabo Nursery & Garden in Rwanda

Akarabo Nursery & Garden in Rwanda

Since 2017, the Rwanda Project - Volcanoes National Park has collaborated with neighboring communities to restore the former pasture around Volcanoes National Park to create a critical buffer zone between agricultural lands and the Park....

Rock Art - Cultural Heritage

Cultural Heritage in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is home to 15,000 rock art and engraving sites, of which many are unique to the country with few examples found in the rest of Southern Africa. Although carbon dating has not been performed on the rock art found...

Rhino -- photo credit: Ross Cooper

Malilangwe Research

The Conservation team is responsible for restoring and preserving the historic biodiversity of the Reserve. Malilangwe approaches conservation through science-based management, leading to one of the world’s most successful reintroductions of the critically endangered black rhinoceros....

Rhinos -- photo credit: Jenny Hishin

Rhino Conservation in Zimbabwe

Rhino conservation is at the helm of Malilangwe’s journey to re-establishing the natural state of the Reserve. The Malilangwe Trust is responsible for one of the world’s most successful, critically endangered black rhino programs (re-introduction population growing by 532% in...

African Wildlife Wellbeing

Wildlife Wellbeing Program in Tanzania

Poaching in the Serengeti region is predominantly made up of hunting for bushmeat. The hunting tactics adopted by poachers focus specifically on snares set up throughout the reserve in the hopes of capturing passing wildlife. While the anti-poaching scouts work...

Alien Plants Management

Alien Plant Management in Tanzania

Alien plant species are harmful to indigenous ecosystems, both plants and animals. Comprehensive invasive alien plant management programs are in place in the concessions and in selected neighboring villages to target and eradicate exotic species and prevent reseeding....

Fire Management

Fire Management Program in Tanzania

Fire is an important part of the Serengeti ecosystem. It is a naturally occurring phenomenon that improves nutrient cycling in the soil, leading to more nutritious forage for wildlife. In the Grumeti concessions, fire is used as a tool to...

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