Jackals, caracals and leopards are predators that plague farmers. But removing predators from ecosystems has cascading negative effects. Soon we will be able to encourage farmers to make the ethical choice – with our wallets, writes environmental journalist Lee Middleton.
Blog posts: Environment
Learn to travel in a way that does not harm the environment and become conscious of your impact.
Think you’ve been around long, homo sapien? Think again. Dermochelys coriacea has been around for more than 100 million years. Scott Ramsay finds himself watching the birthing process of the leatherback turtle in absolute wonderment.
Into the Okavango is now in the last days of an incredible four-month, 2250km journey. Join them as they make their final camps on the banks of Botswana’s Boteti River.
Jacques Marais paddles his kayak through the Bot Rivier wetlands near Kleinmond in search of an elusive and mysterious herd of feral horses.
Want to know how to contribute to the fight against rhino poaching? Here’s one way: donate used camping gear at the Gauteng Getaway Show.
Adam Cruise shares insight into the trade of captive-bred lions to save the wild ones. Share your comments and win tickets to see the Blood Lions film documentary.
Zimbabwe’s largest, and greatly beloved, Hwange National Park has had a tough time in the last 20 years. At its heart is the issue of water.
Species in Pieces by Bryan James is a staggeringly beautiful online exhibition. Get wise about the world’s endangered species by clicking here on your next coffee break.
With Earth Day yesterday, this clip from the BBC reminds us what we’re trying to protect. It made me feel better. Nothing like a bit of David Attenborough to reset the perspective.
As a challenge, we sent online editor Kati Auld to the coal face of one of tourism’s biggest battles: saving the rhino. Here’s what happened when she spent three days shadowing the rhino’s protectors.