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Today, 17 May, is World Endangered Species Day. It is celebrated to help create awareness of and protection for, endangered animals, and the actions that can be taken in order to save them from becoming extinct. A rare endangered species found in Namibia is the African wild dog. With just 200 to 300 animals in...
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World Wildlife Day is celebrated annually on the 3rd of March in support of animals and plants across the world.  The UN General Assembly has reaffirmed the natural value of wildlife and its various contributions – including ecological, genetic, social, economic, scientific, educational, cultural, recreational and aesthetic – to sustainable development and human wellbeing! This...
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February 2023 – In the ongoing battle to help protect Africa’s rapidly decreasing rhino population, Wilderness has pledged its support to Save the Rhino Trust’s (SRT) Community Rhino Ranger (CRR) Incentive Programme in Namibia’s Nyae Nyae Conservancy. With the funds directly supporting the community rangers, Wilderness hopes to not only assist the rangers in their...
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The Nkashi Classic is an initiative of the Botswana Wild Bird Trust (BWBT), to celebrate the mokoro, and the nkashi, which is used to propel it. This year’s event entailed a timed 1 km moroko race, featuring both Women’s, Men’s and Senior Citizens’/Veterans’ categories, with cash and spot prizes to be won. The event was held...
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Changing the Lens on Conservation is a Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Malawi project that aims to increase environmental knowledge, and create a positive attitude and behaviour towards conservation among its participants through in-depth learning about locally identified environmental issues; developing stories and capturing photos of these issues; and publishing content about these issues. The...
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We are thrilled to announce that Agnes Tjirare, CITW Namibia, and Aline Umutoni, CITW Rwanda, have been listed among the Top 100 Young African Conservation Leaders list! The panel received 565 nominations from 425 youth organisations and networks, which underwent a rigorous judging and verification process. “Congratulations Agnes and Aline, we are so proud of...
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