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Uniform style à la #Garamba - the ladies ready for Monday morning parade. #facesbehindconservation #africanparks #everydayafrica


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Yellow-billed storks feeding in a wetland near the Dungu River coordinating masterfully with their feet and bills #Garamba #nofilter @garamba_national_park @africanparksnetwork #mavicpro #birding #aerial #aerialphotography #Africa #Congo

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#Garamba lies within the Sudano-Guinean biome, a mosaic of grassland, deciduous bush, woodland and gallery forest - just north of the vast Congo equatorial forest. This mix of habitats means that both forest species (such as #bongo, #chimpanzee and giant forest hog) as well as savannah species (such as #giraffe, #lion and #buffalo) are all found in and around Garamb. Pictured here is a family of giant forest hog spotted in the Azande Domaine de Chasse, just to the west of the Park. #garamba #africanparks #giantforesthog 📷Karen Lubbe


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Located in the heart of the Congo and a designated World Heritage Site, @garamba_national_park is one of the oldest parks in Africa. However, decades of poaching at the hands of rebel armies and militarized poachers have decimated its once prolific elephant herds. When African Parks assumed management of the park in 2005, our top priority has been to overhaul law enforcement and secure the park. Today, our over 220-strong ranger team on the ground is bringing stability to this area thanks to their dedicated and tireless efforts to protect the people and wildlife who live there. Poaching of elephants is still the main threat in this park, as the demand for ivory continues. But our staff and rangers are doing all we can to create safe spaces, and allow wildlife to do what they do - to breed and thrive. Photo: @lifethroughalensphotography #AfricanParks #Wildlife #Rangers #Intheirshoes #outfitaranger #DRC #Garamba #Congo #TheProtectors

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Full moon in the Congo. #garamba


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Black-and-white colobus monkeys are some of my favorites - they're absolutely gorgeous. I got lucky while working in @garamba_national_park; one of the British intelligence officers spotted a troop not far from the park's headquarters. 🌿
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#naptime #monkeymagic #colobusmonkey #garamba #congo #drc #lifethroughalens #lifethroughalensphotography #marcuswestberg @africanparksnetwork #onassignment for @wwfsverige

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The first dry season winds are blowing down from the north, and soon the Park will turn from a verdant blanket to the colour of sand. We are taking in the last of this greenery - as are the resident waterbuck near Nagero. #africanparks #garamba #wetseason 📷Jean L

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Best friends watch the ladies playing soccer on Women’s Day earlier this year. I have a love-hate relationship with social media. Some days I find it all a bit strange, and long for the time when smart phones didn’t exist. And then there are days where you stumble across beautiful snippets of everyday life that make you think again. Thanks to the inspiring @ameliabartlett for showing me one of those tonight - @the.atlas.of.beauty ! Go and have a look. Incredible. And while feeling all the womanly love, you should also look at the amazing photography/teaching/creating/conservation that these women are doing: @farahkhad @stickylittleleaves @ndaratibeafrika @zannelabu - who inspire me every day.

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When your youngest son sends you a photo from his work in the DRC on your birthday.
#ilovehimsomuch #garamba #nationalpark #congo #africa #spirit #feather


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#Repost @africanparksnetwork (@get_repost)
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Powerful new satellite technology has shown promise in helping anti-poaching efforts on the frontline in DRC’s @garamba_national_park , where militarized poaching groups place immense pressure on the park’s wildlife, including the 1,300 elephants who live in the park. Since 2015, Hatfield Consulting, @airbus, and Pink Matter Solutions supported by the European Space Agency (@europeanspaceagency) have worked with us to trial revolutionary satellite earth observation technology in Garamba in the Democratic Republic of Congo – ground zero in the elephant poaching war. This has provided us with highly accurate information around changes in the area to potentially dramatically improve monitoring and anti-poaching patrols. #AfricanParks #conservation #technology #garamba #antipoaching #worthmorealive #savetheelephants


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#regram @africanparksnetwork
Powerful new satellite technology has shown promise in helping anti-poaching efforts on the frontline in DRC’s @garamba_national_park , where militarized poaching groups place immense pressure on the park’s wildlife, including the 1,300 elephants who live in the park. Since 2015, Hatfield Consulting, @airbus, and Pink Matter Solutions supported by the European Space Agency (@europeanspaceagency) have worked with us to trial revolutionary satellite earth observation technology in Garamba in the Democratic Republic of Congo – ground zero in the elephant poaching war. This has provided us with highly accurate information around changes in the area to potentially dramatically improve monitoring and anti-poaching patrols. #AfricanParks #conservation #technology #garamba #antipoaching #worthmorealive #savetheelephants

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Powerful new satellite technology has shown promise in helping anti-poaching efforts on the frontline in DRC’s @garamba_national_park , where militarized poaching groups place immense pressure on the park’s wildlife, including the 1,300 elephants who live in the park. Since 2015, Hatfield Consulting, @airbus, and Pink Matter Solutions supported by the European Space Agency (@europeanspaceagency) have worked with us to trial revolutionary satellite earth observation technology in Garamba in the Democratic Republic of Congo – ground zero in the elephant poaching war. This has provided us with highly accurate information around changes in the area to potentially dramatically improve monitoring and anti-poaching patrols. #AfricanParks #conservation #technology #garamba #antipoaching #worthmorealive #savetheelephants

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Repost @africanparksnetwork : Meet ‘Garamba’, a chimp rescued from the illegal wildlife trade in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Garamba did not have an easy start to his life. He was stolen from his mum and family (whom we can only assume were victims of the bushmeat trade) before he was a year old and kept in a small cage waiting to be sold to the next buyer. Our rangers from @garamba_national_park were alerted to his dire situation and rescued him from a village in Dungu in 2015. After a six-hour journey on a motorbike, he was met by the Centre de Rehabilitation des Primates de Lwiro (@lwiroprimates ) who with the help of MONUSCO flew him to their rehabilitation centre to care for him. He was introduced to a young female of similar age called Kindy, and he started to play and laugh – all good signs of trauma recovery.

Thanks to Lwiro, ‘Garamba’ has a new lease on life, and a new family. Unfortunately, the illegal sale of wildlife continues, and Lwiro has assisted African Parks and Garamba National Park in caring and rehabilitating numerous other primates with similar stories as this little chimp. These are the few lucky ones who have been rescued. While our park staff across the continent are doing everything possible to prevent chimps and gorillas and other primates from getting here in the first place, due to the increasing number of animals arriving at the centre, the cost of caring and nursing these animals has become difficult to sustain. Lwiro needs your help to ensure their vital work continues. Today is Giving Day for Great Apes, a day dedicated to ensuring qualified Great Ape sanctuaries including Lwiro receive the funds they need. Please show your support and consider donating to help them continue their work – link in @africanparksnetwork bio.

Photo: @lifethroughalensphotography
#greatapes #Garamba @lwiroprimates#givingday #chimps #gorillas#secondchance #Africanparks


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Meet ‘Garamba’, a chimp rescued from the illegal wildlife trade in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Garamba did not have an easy start to his life. He was stolen from his mum and family (whom we can only assume were victims of the bushmeat trade) before he was a year old and kept in a small cage waiting to be sold to the next buyer. Our rangers from @garamba_national_park were alerted to his dire situation and rescued him from a village in Dungu in 2015. After a six-hour journey on a motorbike, he was met by the Centre de Rehabilitation des Primates de Lwiro (@lwiroprimates ) who with the help of MONUSCO flew him to their rehabilitation centre to care for him. He was introduced to a young female of similar age called Kindy, and he started to play and laugh – all good signs of trauma recovery.

Thanks to Lwiro, ‘Garamba’ has a new lease on life, and a new family. Unfortunately, the illegal sale of wildlife continues, and Lwiro has assisted African Parks and Garamba National Park in caring and rehabilitating numerous other primates with similar stories as this little chimp. These are the few lucky ones who have been rescued. While our park staff across the continent are doing everything possible to prevent chimps and gorillas and other primates from getting here in the first place, due to the increasing number of animals arriving at the centre, the cost of caring and nursing these animals has become difficult to sustain. Lwiro needs your help to ensure their vital work continues. Today is Giving Day for Great Apes, a day dedicated to ensuring qualified Great Ape sanctuaries including Lwiro receive the funds they need. Please show your support and consider donating to help them continue their work – link in bio.

Scroll through the images to see Garamba’s remarkable transformation and meet his new family!
Photos: @lwiroprimates and @lifethroughalensphotography
#greatapes #Garamba @lwiroprimates #givingday #chimps #gorillas #secondchance #Africanparks

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This was taken a few weeks ago when the young #pangolin that we confiscated from poachers on the Park's western boundary, and were looking after here in #Garamba, was out on a walk looking for termites. Her mother had been killed and she was weak and slightly underweight when the Park rangers brought her in. After spending a month at headquarters gaining strength and weight, she was recently released back into the wild. It was fascinating to get to know her over the month and watch her walk, feed, drink and sleep - Something that is not often witnessed. Pangolins are the most trafficked animal in the world and many of those poached and removed come from the Central African forests.
Via @garamba_national_park


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This was taken a few weeks ago when the young #pangolin that we confiscated from poachers on the Park's western boundary, and were looking after here in #Garamba, was out on a walk looking for termites. Her mother had been killed and she was weak and slightly underweight when the Park rangers brought her in. After spending a month at headquarters gaining strength and weight, she was recently released back into the wild. It was fascinating to get to know her over the month and watch her walk, feed, drink and sleep - Something that is not often witnessed. Pangolins are the most trafficked animal in the world and many of those poached and removed come from the Central African forests.
Via @garamba_national_park


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