News March 2017

  • Game guards Edward (left) and Martin

    Edward Mwaulika slips off his bicycle deep in the forest and listens. An elephant? Poachers? Edward is a game guard, one of 21 dedicated men who keep wildlife safe in Salambala Conservancy on the...

  • Fanuel Ndjiva

    For tourists, the new Galton Gate is an entrance to the west side of Etosha National Park, and a new gateway to the resorts of Okakuejojo, Halali and Namutoni. It’s the kind of infrastructure that...

  • Lion cub

    Undeniably cute – indisputably dangerous. Namibia’s lion dilemma is felt most keenly in the north-east Zambezi Region, sandwiched between Botswana, Angola and Zambia. As a result of cattle losses...

  • Photo: Gareth Bentley, WWF

    While delegates to the National Conference on Human-Wildlife Conflict Management, hosted by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) in Windhoek on the first two days of March were often...

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