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.
Blog posts: Conservation
Conservation stories and projects that are helping to protect our environment, and what you can do to help.
What really goes into protecting our rhinos? We tagged along with foot rangers on the front lines of the war against rhino poaching at Somkhanda Game Reserve.
There’s never a bad time for good news. The same goes for newborn rhino calves. What better way to start the new year than with new hope. Kariega Game Reserve’s poaching survivor, Thandi the rhino, brings new life into the world.
Six key points from the WWF’s report on the state of our planet.
Is there anything worse than missing a great wildlife sighting? There certainly is – missing it twice. Watch this special sighting of one of the Kruger’s precious pangolins.
Trees for Zambia is an eco-initiative, a travel experience, and a lot of fun. Here’s what you can learn in one week of planting trees.
Botswana’s Okavango Delta has become the 1000th site to be included in the list of Unesco World Heritage Site’s around the globe.
Aaron Gekoski travelled to the sacred forests of southern Madagascar to witness one plodding animals’ rapid march to extinction.
Bullied by bigger cats, shot by farmers and subject to low genetic variation; cheetah’s fight for survival is up against the worst. Yet it has overcome the odds as the lowest ranking large carnivore to earn its spots as a specialised, adaptable predator. Here’s how.
Melissa Bachman has become public enemy number 1 in South Africa and the worldwide online community. Paul Maughan-Brown tries to figure out why, and argues that the abuse is as poorly directed as it is poorly considered.