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Coming very soon in Rwanda. We respect partners that trailblaze and put destinations that desperately need tourism support on the safari map. Well done Wilderness Safaris! Repost and all 📸 from our friends at @wearewilderness: "Introducing #MagashiCamp:⠀

As we celebrate #35YearsofTravellingwithPurpose, we continue to remain fiercely committed to our vision and true to our roots though pioneering journeys and changing lives throughout Africa. In a bid to help conserve Rwanda’s last protected savannah ecosystem and species like the bizarre-looking shoebill and Critically Endangered eastern black rhino, our next move is to the incredibly beautiful and fragile ecosystem of Akagera National Park.⠀

Overlooking Lake Rwanyakazinga in the north-eastern section of the Park, Magashi Camp will open at the end of the year as a six-tented camp with access to some of the most scenic savannah in east Africa: open plains, woodlands, lakes, swamp, and grassy low mountains. Elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, crocodile, hippo, spotted hyaena, zebra, topi, roan, eland and giraffe are just some of the wildlife seen here.⠀

Click on the link in our bio to find out more. #magashi #rwanda #newcamp #conservation #purposeisthenewluxury #akageranationalpark #africanparks" #a2asafaris #journeysofalifetime


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First sighting of the newly released lions at Mvuu! #mvuumoments #mvuucampandlodge #caws #malawitravel #malawi #lion #adventure #wildlife #africanparks #safari #wild


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Gorilla trekking day for the group today, I couldn't go this time but it's a good excuse to go back through my photos from last time!
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#mountaingorillas #africananimals #earthofficial #theculturetrip #earthshots #africanwildlife #africanparks #BBCTravel #wanderlust #advsnap #lonelyplanet #natgeoyourshot #wildernessculture #Gorilla #redditig #Rwanda #wildlifePhotography #smugmug #wildlife_shots


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When I travel I like to shoot picts out of the car in motion .. just to capture moments that no one was expecting .. like the Masai tribe and their agricultural life style... a little different from where I come front.. they check the cows all the time while they are grassing to prevent predators attack’s (yes remember is Africa and wildlife is everywhere).. moving them around cause they don’t have to much food available .. cellphone are a good company even in remote areas ..#kenia #kenya #livestock #masaitribe #cattle #africa #travelafrica #africawildlife #safarigram #safari #safariaddict #safariphoto #nikonafrica #africageography #africanamazing #african_portraits #africanparks #lifestyle #travel #travelphotography #natgeotravel #natgeoyourshot #nikon #nikonphotography @natgeotravel @natgeoyourshot @nikonusa


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For too long, good news in conservation has been the absence of bad news. However, this is no longer an acceptable outcome if we are to succeed in conserving Africa’s natural heritage. African Parks was founded on the very premise that the remaining intact and wild landscapes of Africa can be successfully conserved, and even those that are degraded can be restored. At the close of 2017, African Parks was responsible for managing 14 protected areas in nine countries (we now manage 15), spanning 10.5 million hectares (40,540 square miles) covering seven of the 11 ecological biomes on the continent. In each one of these protected areas under our management, we are conducting a range of active management interventions – extreme species translocations and reintroductions, providing security to create safer spaces for both humans and wildlife, and ensuring that local people benefit, thus building constituencies for conservation. Where security is restored and governance established, we see the rise of civility, and the overall return to a better way of life. This is why we wanted our 2017 annual report to focus on restoration – in celebration of the return of these species, and the overall transformation underway in the parks. We would love the share what we have achieved in the last year with you, start exploring the 2017 annual report “Restoration: Nature’s Return” by clicking the link in the bio Photo: @lifethroughalensphotography
#NaturesReturn #AnnualReport #AfricanParks #Conservation #Wildlife #Communities #Rangers #instagood


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Cula dari 6 ekor badak hitam di potong di Taman Nasional Zakouma. Prosedur ini dilakukan oleh dokter hewan berpengalaman yang memastikan bahwa pemotongan cula ini aman dan tidak menyakiti para badak.

Tahap demi tahap direncanakan melalui penelitian yang matang. Saat ini hanya tersisa sekitar 5,000 ekor badak hitam di alam liar dan populasi mereka terus menurun karena maraknya perburuan cula badak.

Pemotongan cula badak ini bertujuan untuk mengurangi resiko sasaran perburuan cula badak untuk menjaga kelangsungan hidup badak. .

Foto @stevewinterphoto
Teks @mongabayid
Sumber @africanparksnetwork

Untuk mengetahui informasi sekitar Kabupaten Bandung join ke Group WA kami! Kirim nomor WA Anda ke Line @adalahkabbandung id: @oyx3178z

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Share informasi yang ada di sekitar Anda, Tag @adalahkabbandung dan beri Tagar #adalahkabbandung atau kirim foto dan video Anda ke Line @oyx3178z (pake @) ya. Anda juga dapat bergabung di group Wargi AKB dengan daftar ke Line tersebut.
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#AfricanParks #RhinoMove #RhinoReturn #Zakouma #Chad #Conservation #SavetheRhino


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Happy #WorldGiraffeDay ! Did you know that @garamba_national_park is home to the only giraffe population in DRC, and we now have 48 known individuals in the park. These graceful creatures are listed as Vulnerable to Extinction on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species and their numbers across Africa have plummeted by 40% in the last 30 years. Thanks to the ongoing support of our donors, anti-poaching efforts and careful monitoring, Garamba’s population of Kordofan giraffes is on the rise! Visit the link in bio to donate and help ensure the protection of these majestic animals for generations to come. 100% of your donation will go to the work happening on the ground. #worthmorealive #africanparks #giraffeconservationfoundation #itsinourhands @africanparksnetwork @giraffe_conservation 📷 @lifethroughalensphotography


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Elephants are so fascinating to watch and one can spend hours observing them go about their daily activities. This photo was taken from a boat on the Shire River in Liwonde National Park in Malawi. The elephants come down from the banks to drink every day and from a boat one can get quite close to them without being seen as a threat.
#elephant #africanelephant #africa #shireriver #liwonde #liwondenationalpark
#malawi #africanwildlife #wildlife #wildlifephotography #antipoaching #safari #nature #naturephotography #africanparks #conservation


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World Giraffe Day 2018! Celebrate the longest-necked animal on the longest day of the year. By supporting World Giraffe Day (WGD) you directly help save giraffe in Africa. With only 100.000 giraffe remaining in the wild, the time is right to act now! #worldgiraffeday #worldgiraffeday2018 #giraffe #twiga #conservation #wild #wilderness #africa #zimbabwe #hwangenationalpark #hwange #africanparks #savethewildlife #savetheplanet #thisisafrica


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Cula dari 6 ekor badak hitam di potong di Taman Nasional Zakouma. Prosedur ini dilakukan oleh dokter hewan berpengalaman yang memastikan bahwa pemotongan cula ini aman dan tidak menyakiti para badak. Tahap demi tahap direncanakan melalui penelitian yang matang. Saat ini hanya tersisa sekitar 5,000 ekor badak hitam di alam liar. Dan populasi mereka terus menurun karena maraknya perburuan cula badak. Pemotongan cula badak ini bertujuan untuk mengurangi resiko sasaran perburuan cula badak untuk menjaga kelangsungan hidup badak. .
#AfricanParks #RhinoMove #RhinoReturn #Zakouma #Chad #Conservation #SavetheRhino
Foto oleh @stevewinterphoto
Repost dari @africanparksnetwork


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Did you know that we are protecting the last 48 Kordofan Giraffe in the Democratic Republic on the Congo? This #WorldGiraffeDay we are shedding light on our fight to save these incredible giants who live in @garamba_national_park . Last year the giraffe population was down to 37 individuals, but due to increased protection allowing them to breed and raise their young, the most recent news is that they have increased to 48 individuals! Giraffes are listed as Vulnerable to extinction on the @IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Giraffe numbers in Africa have plummeted by a staggering 40% over the last 30 years and it is estimated that today that there are fewer than 100,000 giraffe remaining in all of Africa. They have been targeted and killed by poachers, caught in snares and killed even just for their tails – which are sold as dowries and for the illegal trade. But the last remaining population has found protection in Garamba. Giraffes are now steadily increasing thanks to an effective research and monitoring programme implemented by the conservation team on the ground in collaboration with @giraffe_conservation Foundation. Help us raise awareness and support for giraffe in the wild and to support our efforts in Garamba, please visit the donate link in our bio – where 100% of your donation goes to efforts like these in protecting wildlife and people in Africa. Footage courtesy of David Hamlin. #AfricanParks #WorldGiraffeDay #Conservation #Wildlife #conservation #DRC #Garamba


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Cula dari 6 ekor badak hitam di potong di Taman Nasional Zakouma. Prosedur ini dilakukan oleh dokter hewan berpengalaman yang memastikan bahwa pemotongan cula ini aman dan tidak menyakiti para badak. Tahap demi tahap direncanakan melalui penelitian yang matang. Saat ini hanya tersisa sekitar 5,000 ekor badak hitam di alam liar. Dan populasi mereka terus menurun karena maraknya perburuan cula badak. Pemotongan cula badak ini bertujuan untuk mengurangi resiko sasaran perburuan cula badak untuk menjaga kelangsungan hidup badak. .
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#AfricanParks #RhinoMove #RhinoReturn #Zakouma #Chad #Conservation #SavetheRhino
Foto oleh @stevewinterphoto
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#handmade #elephant #carvings from #moonstone with #ruby set eyes, every gemstone carving is unique and one of a kind. 🐘 #rare #collectibles


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I wasn’t sure if these two characters were looking over my shoulder or trying to get a better angle for their photograph? #diving, #benguerraisland, #mozambique


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Repost from @africanparksnetwork using @RepostRegramApp - Zakouma National Park’s six black rhinos have been dehorned. The horns were removed and transported away from the park to a secure location in the nation’s capital. In addition to these security and protective measures, a horn trimming regime will continue on a frequent basis going forward. The dehorning, which was part of the initial plan in caring for these rhinos in @zakouma_national_park , was carried out by experienced vets who took every step to ensure that dehorning was done safely and did not cause any harm to the rhino. This step was carefully researched and planned, and studies suggest there is no long-term or social impact of dehorning, as long as all the rhinos in an area are dehorned. There are fewer than 5,000 wild black rhinos remaining in the world today – which is the result of being heavily targeted by poachers who are killing these animals, who have been around for millions of years, simply for the illegal sale of their horns. In a historic move, the first six black rhinos were reintroduced to Zakouma National Park in May bringing back the species after a nearly 50-year absence. Dehorning them is one of the many security measures we are taking to reduce the risk of poaching. We have spent the last eight years making Zakouma safe for these rhinos, and all the other wildlife in the park thanks to our rangers and community-based conservation initiatives. Together with the government of Chad, our rangers, and the surrounding communities, we are ensuring these rare black rhinos are protected and have an opportunity to breed and thrive for the benefit of future generations to come. Photo: @stevewinterphoto #AfricanParks #RhinoMove #RhinoReturn #Zakouma #Chad #Conservation #SavetheRhino
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Les six rhinocéros noirs du Parc National de Zakouma ont été écornés. Leurs cornes ont été retirées et transportées du parc vers un endroit sûr dans la capitale du pays. En plus de ces mesures de sécurité et de protection, un programme de taille des cornes sera poursuivra régulièrement à l'avenir.


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A determined young elephant at @africanparksnetwork’s Liwonde National Park in Malawi.


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In the meantime in Garamba National Park in Congo DRC, Rangers are fighting a daily war to protect Africa’s elephants from ivory poachers. ex-special forces trainers work with the rangers in live fire excercises and long marches and how to arrest and search suspects and gather evidence that might help with more arrests , reporting on the militarization of the war to protect the Park from poachers coming from South Sudan, Central African Republic and Congo. Photo by @guillaumebonn #garamba #congodrc #ivorywar #garambapark #nationalpark #africanparks #elephants #onassignment #guillaumebonn #dispatchesfromatraveler #conservationiswar #environment #rangers #military #training #goodcause


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In the meantime in Garamba National Park in Congo DRC, Rangers are fighting a daily war to protect Africa’s elephants from ivory poachers. ex-special forces trainers work with the rangers in live fire excercises and long marches and how to arrest and search suspects and gather evidence that might help with more arrests , on assignment for @gq magazine reporting on the militarization of the war to protect the Park from poachers coming from South Sudan, Central African Republic and Congo. #garamba #ivorywar #congo #garambapark #nationalpark #africanparks #elephants #onassignment #guillaumebonn #dispatchesfromatraveler #conservationiswar #environment #rangers #military #training #goodcause


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Sitting at the waterhole in Etosha National Park as the sun started to set & suddenly out of the bush walks a Critically Endangered Black Rhino. Well Hung Dude.....Very Excited for a drink........🦏
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He was Super aggressive towards every animal that came close chasing away giraffes & impalas. Guess that is why his horns are so worn down. ....
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Zakouma National Park’s six black rhinos have been dehorned. The horns were removed and transported away from the park to a secure location in the nation’s capital. In addition to these security and protective measures, a horn trimming regime will continue on a frequent basis going forward. The dehorning, which was part of the initial plan in caring for these rhinos in @zakouma_national_park , was carried out by experienced vets who took every step to ensure that dehorning was done safely and did not cause any harm to the rhino. This step was carefully researched and planned, and studies suggest there is no long-term or social impact of dehorning, as long as all the rhinos in an area are dehorned. There are fewer than 5,000 wild black rhinos remaining in the world today – which is the result of being heavily targeted by poachers who are killing these animals, who have been around for millions of years, simply for the illegal sale of their horns. In a historic move, the first six black rhinos were reintroduced to Zakouma National Park in May bringing back the species after a nearly 50-year absence. Dehorning them is one of the many security measures we are taking to reduce the risk of poaching. We have spent the last eight years making Zakouma safe for these rhinos, and all the other wildlife in the park thanks to our rangers and community-based conservation initiatives. Together with the government of Chad, our rangers, and the surrounding communities, we are ensuring these rare black rhinos are protected and have an opportunity to breed and thrive for the benefit of future generations to come. Photo: @stevewinterphoto #AfricanParks #RhinoMove #RhinoReturn #Zakouma #Chad #Conservation #SavetheRhino
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Les six rhinocéros noirs du Parc National de Zakouma ont été écornés. Leurs cornes ont été retirées et transportées du parc vers un endroit sûr dans la capitale du pays. En plus de ces mesures de sécurité et de protection, un programme de taille des cornes sera poursuivra régulièrement à l'avenir.


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Yesterday, hundreds of rangers marched in commemoration of @garamba_national_park's 80th Anniversary. Garamba is one of Africa’s oldest parks, declared in 1938 for its incredible beauty and diversity. It was further made a @unesco World Heritage site in 1980 for harbouring the largest remaining population of the Northern white rhino and more than 22,000 elephants. But today, after decades of rampant poaching, fewer than 1,200 elephants remain and the Northern white rhino was last seen in 2006. Even Kordofan giraffe are hanging on by a thread with only 48 individuals left. More tragic is the number of people, both rangers and civilians, who have been heavily impacted by Africa’s poaching wars. However, the tide is turning. Today, Garamba's ranger team compete with Africa’s best. Thanks to tremendous support from the @EU, the @worldbank, @usaid, and the Wildcat Foundation, we’ve better trained and equipped our ranger force, and new technology is aiding our efforts, and we are finally gaining ground. Poaching of elephants was down 50% in 2017 for the first time in years, and so far in 2018, only two elephants have been killed. Illegal activity in the park has been significantly reduced, and critical wildlife populations are on the rise. However, the greatest impact has been on the surrounding communities, with 1,200 children receiving an education and more than 10,000 community members gaining access to healthcare in 2017 alone. Together, with the ICCN, Garamba is becoming a safer place, in the most extraordinary circumstances, for wildlife and people to thrive. Click the link in the bio to watch the full video. #AfricanParks #Conservation #Wildlife #Garamba #DRC #ICCN #Giraffe #education #instagood


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I am honored to be part of @africanparksnetwork new Conservation Travel Initiative, along with @willbolsover @robjanisch and @hansensafaris. This initiative looks to offer travelers a first hand opportunity to experience African Parks conservation work through exclusive expeditions and limited offerings. This is #intentionaltravel and offers a tangible example of the conservation and tourism industries joint efforts to protect and conserve African Wildlife. @passagetoafrica @royalafricansafaris #elephants #liwondenationalpark #africanparks #wildlifeconservation #RacingExtinction #sustainabletravel #safariguide #conservation #bespoketravel #impacttravel


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Illegal Ivory and rhino horn trafficking form the backbone of funding for terrorist organizations. Poaching is big business for groups like Al Shabaab and Kony's Army, making poaching an international problem - not just an African one. Take it from a defector...... @Regrann from @africanparksnetwork - A recent defector from the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) reconfirms that Joseph Kony, a warlord and their rebel commander, has been increasingly amassing funds and resources from lucrative deals from the illegal sale of ivory. Recently, Patrick Kidega, who was in the rebel ranks for 16 years but defected in December last year, said that since 2013 Kony frequently sent him and other fighters to @garamba_national_park in the DRC on specific missions “to kill as many elephants as possible to harvest their ivory". A 2015 report released by @enoughproject states that the LRA rebels transport the poached ivory through DRC, CAR and pass it along to Sudanese merchants and at times passing them directly to Sudanese officers within the armed forces. Kidega went on to say that Kony “trades ivory for guns, food, and ammunition for his rebels and medical supplies”. Photo: @jeromestarkey
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Regrann from @africanparksnetwork - The rare black rhino is being returned to the nation of Chad. The last wild rhino was seen in this central African country in the 1970's after decades of poaching drove them to local extinction. In a historic move to aid in the long-term survival of this endangered and heavily threatened species, up to six black rhinos are being reintroduced from South Africa to Chad in May of 2018 bringing this animal back to the country for the first time in over four decades. The translocation is an extraordinary cross-collaboration between the South African Department of Environmental Affairs, the Government of the Republic of Chad, as well as African Parks and South African National Park (SANParks). This is a hopeful story about the revival of a highly threatened species, as well as the trajectory of Zakouma. Click the link in the bio to learn more. #RhinoMove #RhinosReturn #AfricanParks #Zakouma #Chad #Rhinos #animalonearth @theellenshow @animalonearth @thedodo @greatbigstory ————————————————Le rare Rhinocéros noir en voie d’être rendu à la nation tchadienne. Le dernier rhinocéros sauvage a été observé dans ce pays d'Afrique centrale dans les années 1970 après des décennies de braconnage qui ont conduit à leur extinction localement. Dans le cadre d'une initiative historique en faveur de la survie à long terme de cette espèce menacée et en voie de disparition, jusqu’à six Rhinocéros noir seront réintroduits d'Afrique du Sud au Tchad en mai 2018, ramenant cet animal pour la première fois dans le pays depuis quatre décennies. - #regrann


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Did you know that there’s a healthy population of lions in @zakouma_national_park in Central Africa in Chad? With safety restored, the park's lion and elephant population is steadily increasing for the first time in over a decade, and other wildlife are on the rise as well, including the six black rhinos who were translocated to the park just last month. Zakouma has become a safe haven for Central Africa's wildlife, providing the space and safety they need to breed and thrive. And where wildlife thrives, people thrive too. To read the inspiring story of Zakouma, click the link in our bio.
Photo: @lifethroughalensphotography #AfricanParks #Conservation #GoodNews #Wildlife #Instagood #Zakouma


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Got to spend the day today watching elephants, nyalas, impalas, waterbucks, bushbucks, kudus, warthogs and baboons visiting a water hole, helping the #earthwatch team collect data on the wildlife. The #sunset was just icing on the cake. #majete #Malawi #africanadventures #sunsetphotography #travelphotography #warmheartofafrica #africanparks


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A once near-empty forest is alive with the sounds of a growing elephant herd thanks to the historic 500 Elephant translocation which was completed almost a year ago. More than 520 elephants and 2,000 other animals were moved from Liwonde National Park and Majete Wildlife Reserve to Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve in northern Malawi between July 2016 and August 2017. We are already seeing some incredible results. Tourism is on the increase and the births of new calves have been documented in Nkhotakota. Remarkable measures have been taken to actively restore this landscape, which would not have been possible without the collaboration with the Government of Malawi, and with critical support from the @postcodeloterij, the @peoplespostcodelottery, the Wyss Foundation and the Wildcat Foundation. It is early days, but in only two short years, this park symbolises possibility and what nature can do with our help, if only given the chance. 📷 @frankweitzer
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Today I give the Blk and white to the Zebras at the Mara .. you just see tons of them around.. wonder which one to capture .. sometime they posed , but mainly for curiosity.. checking out what u are doing .. #zebra #mara #monochrome #masaimara #kenya #kenia #wildlife #wildlifephotography #wildlifephoto #travel #travelphotography #africa #travelafrica #africawildlife #safarigram #safari #safariaddict #safariphoto #nikonafrica #africageography #africanamazing #african_portraits #africanparks #nikon #nikonphotography #natgeowild #natgeotravel


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