Kruger National Park rangers in South Africa arrest 23 suspected rhino poachers

Kruger National Park managing executive Glenn Phillips. BY MATHIAS RINGA mringa355@gmail.com @MathiasRinga South African National Parks has announced the arrest ...
Read More
Sean Willmore, president of the IRF and Founder of its charity arm, TGLF.

One in seven wildlife rangers seriously injured in line of duty over the past year, new survey reveals

Sean Willmore, president of the IRF and Founder of its charity arm, TGLF. BY MATHIAS RINGA mringa355@gmail.com @MathiasRinga New results ...
Read More
Addo Elephant National Park in South Africa has extended one of the walking trails in its Zuurberg section to the enjoy of hiking enthusiasts.

Addo Elephant National Park in South Africa introduces new hiking trail to enthusiasts

Addo Elephant National Park in South Africa has extended one of the walking trails in its Zuurberg section to the ...
Read More
Red-billed oxpeckers feed on ticks and blood-sucking flies and can be spotted on game such as zebra, buffalo and kudu.

Successful reintroduction of red-billed oxpeckers in Mountain Zebra National Park in South Africa

Red-billed oxpeckers feed on ticks and blood-sucking flies and can be spotted on game such as zebra, buffalo and kudu ...
Read More
Michele Kuruc, head of WWF’s delegation to the ongoing FAO Fisheries Committee meeting.

WWF urges action on unsustainable fishing as UN report shows dangerous declines in global fisheries

Michele Kuruc, head of WWF’s delegation to the ongoing FAO Fisheries Committee meeting. The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) ...
Read More
Latest survey results show that mountain gorilla numbers increased to 604 from an estimated 480 in 2010

Mountain Gorilla numbers surpass 1,000 despite challenges, according to latest survey results

Latest survey results show that mountain gorilla numbers increased to 604 from an estimated 480 in 2010, including 41 social ...
Read More
An elephant bull feeding in the Kruger National Park in South Africa.

South Africa voted best international destination for wildlife in 2018 by Lonely Planet India readers

An elephant bull feeding in the Kruger National Park in South Africa. PHOTO: MATHIAS RINGA BY MATHIAS RINGA mringa355@gmail.com @MathiasRinga ...
Read More
According to latest WWF survey, the population of Mongolian saiga antelope has dropped to about 3,000.

Critically endangered Mongolian saiga antelope population drops by 40 per cent, WWF survey reveals

According to latest WWF survey, the population of Mongolian saiga antelope has dropped to about 3,000. The population of the ...
Read More
Selous Game Reserve is one of Africa’s most important wilderness areas and home to globally important populations of elephants

WWF expresses concern over large scale logging plans at Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania

Selous Game Reserve is one of Africa’s most important wilderness areas and home to globally important populations of elephants, black ...
Read More
Kruger National Park received a new fleet of vehicles including 60 Toyota Hilux nine-seater game viewing vehicles

Kruger National Park in South Africa receives new vehicles for conservation and game viewing

Kruger National Park received a new fleet of vehicles including 60 Toyota Hilux nine-seater game viewing vehicles , 74 4×4 ...
Read More

Game viewing prospects in Dodori National Reserve

Buffaloes are among wildlife found in Dodori National Reserve in Lamu County Lamu County Government in Kenya is set to ...
Read More