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In an ambitious effort to save the species from extinction, nine critically endangered black rhino have been relocated from South Africa to Singita Grumeti earlier this month. This groundbreaking relocation was conducted by the non-profit Grumeti Fund, in partnership with the Tanzanian Wildlife Management Authority (TAWA). It is the largest movement of rhino into Tanzania, […]

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It wasn’t my first time in South Africa, nor on a game safari. I have been lucky enough to spend many hours in the bush, tracking wildlife and admiring it from the safety of a vehicle. This time was different though. This time I would be face to face with the wildlife, fighting to save […]

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A picture tells a thousand words, which is why photography is a great story teller for conservation work. One third of New Zealand, some 8.5 million hectares, is in public conservation land and a dedicated team of Department of Conservation (DOC) rangers get to see parts of the county that locals and visitors are likely never […]

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African wildlife has been in the spotlight lately with recent release of Disney’s remastered The Lion King, sparking interest for travellers seeking an African safari experience. While the Lion King franchise (the musical, the national and international tours, the merchandise, the films) has grossed more than $8.1 billion dollars, the value it can have on […]

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In 2016, while travelling in South Africa, Writer and Director, Toby Wosskow found himself lost in the natural beauty of the game reserves and the wildlife who call it home. “One afternoon, I was walking through the bush with a game ranger, when we stumbled across a white rhino peacefully grazing. What struck me more […]

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Five Eastern Black Rhinoceroses have be translocated from Europe to Akagera National Park in Rwanda where they will be ultimately released into their new and wild home. The unique collaboration between the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA), the Government of Rwanda and conservation NGO African Parks, allowed the rhinos, who were born and […]

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Luxury expeditions company PONANT is reinforcing its efforts to champion sustainable tourism with the creation of the Ponant Foundation to support projects focused on research, raising awareness or conservation to help protect the oceans, the polar regions and indigenous populations. To mark World Oceans Day, PONANT is announcing the launch of its Foundation*. In addition […]

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Laos, a country traversed by the Mekong River and mountainous terrain, is affectionately known as the Kingdom of a Million Elephants. Centuries ago, the kingdom that made up much of modern-day Laos was called Lan Xang, which translates to “Land of a Million Elephants.” These days however, the number is far from the million, with […]

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In partnership with Fauna & Flora International (FFI), Liquid Telecom and Arm, and supported with initial funds from The Royal Foundation, Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya has opened a Conservation Tech Lab to research, test support and develop new technology-based solutions to conservation-challenges around the world. The Technology lab aims to be a world-leading collaborative […]

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UTracks, Australia’s leading active European specialist is planting a tree for every booking on its Austrian Lakes and Dachstein Circuit walking itineraries. “With World Environment Day happening on 05 June and National Tree Day on 28 July, it is a timely reminder that travellers can painlessly contribute to the greening of our planet,” UTracks General […]

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