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These are a few of the smaller but fascinating creatures that we are celebrating this week – creatures often overlooked in favour of larger, more iconic wildlife.

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Changing Lives with Children in the Wilderness

Our children are the future custodians of the African wilderness. By exposing them to their natural heritage, Children in the Wilderness aims to create a network of learning sanctuaries that cares for children and conserves our planet.

Watch our video and be inspired.

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The Delta Waters Return

It is a truly wondrous thing that the cycle of nature continues regardless, despite what may be happening in the world. After a challenging drought in the Okavango Delta, the annual inundation has finally arrived – replenishing floodplains and bringing renewed hope.

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Wilderness Communities

Zimbabwe’s Inspiring Community Projects

Despite the global COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to support and invest in our community empowerment initiatives. Discover a few Zimbabwean projects – from glass-crushing to paper-making groups – that are driving employment opportunities and improving lives in impoverished rural areas.

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Conservation

Bridging the Gap on Brown Hyaena Research

We are proud to support the first Brown Hyaena Density Survey to take place in Namibia’s Skeleton Coast National Park. The survey aims to close the gap on the scarcity of studies conducted on brown hyaena in north-western Namibia – bringing us a far-greater understanding of this elusive and threatened species.

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