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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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Two years ago and wishing I was there again too 😩🇲🇼🌅 #malawi #mountmulanje #lakemalawi #liwonde #malawigin


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Such a lucky lucky lucky day. First trip to #liwonde and come across these two slumbering in the shade. 2/4 #lions recently reintroduced to the #nationalpark #malawi #africa #simba #mufasa #wildlife #breathtaking #nature #lionsofinstagram #stillcantbelieveit!!!


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Reflecting back, I am so thankful for the people we met, the experiences we had and the support we received to make our trip possible ❤️
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#liwonde #nationalpark #sunset #orange #glow #shire #river #boat #safari #malawi #east #africa #thankful #blessed #peaceful #nature #agameoftones #hezzaheztravel #visualsofearth #adventure #travel


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Wonderful tour with the boss guide:)
最高のツアーを最高のガイドと:) #Liwonde #Malawi #Africa
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Liwonde National Park - unspoilt park just south of the Lake - Hippo's, Elephants, Waterboks, Impalas, Herons and many more - and LOTS of water #liwonde #liwondenationalpark #malawi #travelgram #nationalparks


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Hoping to have the memory of an elephant to remember every bit of Malawi
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#liwonde #nationalpark #malawi #east #africa #elephants #wildlife #shire #boat #safari #hezzaheztravel #wanderingsupertramps #agameoftones #sheisnotlost


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Back in the neature / the land of the waterbuck


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Hippos are apparently one of the animals responsible for most casualties on the continent. Our boat almost got charged twice during our safari in Liwonde, so that's very possible. Note that a hippo opening its mouth is not yawning, it is notifying you are getting too close and you should get the f*ck out.

#africa #afrique #malawi #liwonde #down2africa #travel #instravel #wanderlust #photography #photooftheday #picoftheday #travelblogger #travelbloggerlife #iamtb #travelrepost #safari #safariboat #wildlife #animals #hippos #hippo #hippopotamus #nationalpark #liwondenationalpark #exploreafrica


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Not enough time? Join us for a day trip safari and be home by the evening. .
Credit: @robin_pope_safaris @malawianstyle @ulendo_travel_group
@baobabmalawi @theresponsiblesafaricompany


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People talk about "once in a lifetime opportunities"...we say these days that there's no such thing! Create a life of dreams for yourself, what is stopping you? We are so lucky that this is our 4th safari in this wonderful park of 2 years working in tourism in lovely Malawi. Today we've heard stories of conservation successes and gentle rise in tourism which is helping fund these conservation projects...so pleased to be a part of it, not just as a tourist but to go deeper, ask questions and learn more.
#gradjob #graduateadventure #coolgraduate #cooljob #hippo #liwonde #liveabroad #workabroad #conservation #susdev #sunset #TIA #sustainabledevelopment #development #tourism #workintourism #takeabreak #Malawi #malawionthemap #Malawitourism #Africa #bliss #onceinlifetime


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❤️❤️❤️ #Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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@natgeo photo by @stevewinterphoto with @africanparksnetwork

Lions in Malawi, the ‘warm heart of Africa’, are making a comeback! The country’s pride is growing as six wild lions have been safely transported from South Africa to their new homes in Majete Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Park to help revive the parks’ predator populations. Just last week, four of these lions (two males and two females) joined the two male lions who were translocated to Liwonde in February this year. Lions were last seen in the park over four years ago, and it had been even longer since a breeding population lived in the park. We moved the other two males to Majete Wildlife Reserve to improve the genetic diversity of the current lion population there. All lions are in secure enclosures (bomas) where they are adjusting to their new environment and bonding, and will be released over the coming weeks and months. Africa’s wildlife has suffered immensely in recent decades, and the lion population has crashed by more than 40% since 1993. Just 100 years ago, more than 200,000 lions lived in Africa- today, best estimates put them at fewer than 20,000. “Very simply, if a park is not being managed then it will be lost, we have two options, one is we allow these places to disappear. The other is we make our own plan,” says CEO of @africanparksnetwork, Peter Fearnhead who was recently quoted by the Washington Post (see link in our bio). By working closely with the Government of Malawi, the local community as with critical support from the Dutch Government, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn – we are making a plan to restore the species to protected areas across Africa for the benefit of future generations. #AfricanParks #NaturesReturn #Conservation #Wildlife #Liwonde #Majete #Lions #Predators @africanparksnetwork #DutchGovernment, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn @Zakouma_national_park


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I shall call it ‘Wildlife in monocular’. #🇲🇼 #Malawi #Liwonde #charismaticmegafauna #binoculars #wildlife #elephant #safari


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@natgeo photo by @stevewinterphoto with @africanparksnetwork

Lions in Malawi, the ‘warm heart of Africa’, are making a comeback! The country’s pride is growing as six wild lions have been safely transported from South Africa to their new homes in Majete Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Park to help revive the parks’ predator populations. Just last week, four of these lions (two males and two females) joined the two male lions who were translocated to Liwonde in February this year. Lions were last seen in the park over four years ago, and it had been even longer since a breeding population lived in the park. We moved the other two males to Majete Wildlife Reserve to improve the genetic diversity of the current lion population there. All lions are in secure enclosures (bomas) where they are adjusting to their new environment and bonding, and will be released over the coming weeks and months. Africa’s wildlife has suffered immensely in recent decades, and the lion population has crashed by more than 40% since 1993. Just 100 years ago, more than 200,000 lions lived in Africa- today, best estimates put them at fewer than 20,000. “Very simply, if a park is not being managed then it will be lost, we have two options, one is we allow these places to disappear. The other is we make our own plan,” says CEO of @africanparksnetwork, Peter Fearnhead who was recently quoted by the Washington Post (see link in our bio). By working closely with the Government of Malawi, the local community as with critical support from the Dutch Government, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn – we are making a plan to restore the species to protected areas across Africa for the benefit of future generations. #AfricanParks #NaturesReturn #Conservation #Wildlife #Liwonde #Majete #Lions #Predators @africanparksnetwork #DutchGovernment, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn @Zakouma_national_park
#colorful #pics #myart #shiny #clean #focus #arte #illustration #photography #artist #amazing #composition #dibujo #artwork #artistic #tagblender #artists #classical #painting #drawing #pencil


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ROBIN POPE SAFARIS NEW KUTHENGO CAMP

#Adventure awaits at Robin Pope Safaris’ brand new #Kuthengo Camp in #Malawi. Among the #floodplains and #baobab #trees of #Liwonde National Park, guests can expect serene boat rides on the Shire River and game drives with frequent animal sightings, from elephants to the critically endangered black rhino. The camp itself is home to four spacious en-suite safari tents, each featuring an outdoor shower, state-of-the-art ‘Evening Breeze’ air-conditioned beds, and a private deck for enjoying sunset views
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#robinpopesafaris #luxury #safari #africa #malawai #tent
#afrika #african #thisisafrica
#Afrique #african_portraits #travelafrica #áfrica #africansafari #southafrica #afrikaans #loveafrica #wild #wildlifephotographer #wildlife #safari #wildlifephotography #savanah


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#Regram #RG @AfricanParksNetwork: Lions are roaring in Liwonde National Park Malawi, once again. We’re excited to share that wild lion have been reintroduced to Liwonde, four years after they were last seen in the park! Two male lions were the first to return to the park, after we translocated them from Majete Wildlife Reserve on Saturday 24th February, in partnership with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW). The lions were released successfully into enclosed bomas where they will spend several weeks before being joined by two females, and then all released into the wider park. Their reintroduction was possible because of the conservation success we have achieved over the years in Majete. Lions were only reintroduced to Majete in 2012, decades after they were poached out, but the population has since grown – so much so that they are now helping to repopulate Liwonde. Their arrival is symbolic of the commitment of the Malawian Government to conservation, protecting and restoring ecosystems, boosting tourism and delivering needed funds to support local communities. The return of Africa’s biggest cat to Liwonde is a historic moment for Malawi and would not have been possible without the generous support from the Dutch Government, the @lionrecovery and the @leonardodicapriofdn. Join us in welcoming these lions to their new, safe, and beautiful home – and celebrating tomorrows World Wildlife Day one day early! Photo: @sean_viljoen #BigCats #AfricanParks #Liwonde #Majete#Lions #CauseAnUproar #Restoration#Revival #Hope #GoodNews


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©️ #Repost @africanparksnetwork
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Just over a century ago, more than 200,000 wild lions were living in Africa. Today there are only 20,000. In the last two decades alone, lion populations have plummeted by over 40% and are now extinct in 26 African countries and have vanished from over 90% of their historic range. Urgent action is needed to save them from becoming extinct. We are taking proactive measures to broaden their range and ensure a future for the species. In 2015 we restored lions to Akagera National Park in Rwanda – the population doubled within a year. In 2017, we returned lions to Liwonde National Park in Malawi after a four-year absence. We are not only restoring the species to areas where they have gone locally extinct, we are also protecting them where they currently are in important landscapes. In Pendjari National Park in Benin, we are helping to safeguard the last remaining West African lions in Africa – where 100 individuals remain (which is 50% of the entire population of West African lions). Through our partnerships with governments across Africa and supporters like the Dutch Government, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn – recovering and protecting the species long into the future is within our grasp. Help us continue the critically needed protection and conservation of this iconic species. Photo: @stevewinterphoto #AfricanParks #LionRecovery #Conservation #Akagera #Liwonde #Rwanda #Malawi #travel_malawi #visit2malawi #wanderlust #fernweh #travel #worldtraveler #worldwide #adventure #travelmore #goexplore #wonderfulplaces


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Day 5: Lows and Highs - A decent to tranquility.. .
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Dawn breaks upon the mountain and we awake to a beautiful sight. Our aim to get back down Mount Mulanje.. thankfully the weather is on our side, breezy and cool, and the team is keen to improve experiences from the previous day.. however our descent commences.. and more victims are taken by the mountain.. victim 1.. @katyw_212 who will later become known as the mountain yodeller all thanks to suffering with a poorly tummy.. she overcame and powered through.. victim 2: @hannahshenton1 (queen of one liners) akin to me suffering with the fear of height and uncertain terrain we traverse.. the team ensures a canny buddy system! Victim 3: @kellyxjx she’s been through a lot... decisions are made to splint her leg to try and reduce further damage to her knee.. this woman is an absolute trooper! And even continues to muse on the funny side of life when our guides tried to figure out ways to get her down with a single rope! It’s hard to describe all we went through, and yet however tough we made it to the end some 6 hours later! Friendly faces greet us and it’s time to hop on the bus and continue our journey... thankful, yet exhausted, we make the 3 hour journey to Liwonde National Park.. 16kms of dirt tracks lined with mud hut villages and children as young as 2 run to our bus shouting ‘bottle’. Ronald explains that all they wish for is a plastic bottle to be able to take water to school... it’s a difficult thing to experience and will certainly live with us all.. Onto about to cross the river, the number of hippos wallowing in the shallows is quite unreal! A most amazing end to an emotional day, a large male elephant flaps his ears welcoming us to Liwonde.. an evening safari, good grub and comfortable cabins.. together we overcame a certain challenge and are rewarded by the beauty and tranquility of Malawi..


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Feeling a lot of Malawi love this evening. Total magic of a tranquil camp where hippos and fish eagles sing to you. Welcome Kuthengo! #malawisafari #liwonde #luxurysafari


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The Warm Heart# RobinPopeSafaris#Liwonde


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Friday feelings 🙈 oh and @cnn listed Malawi as an up and coming travel destination 🌍🐠🌴🇲🇼 stay tuned for more exposure including a special shoutout to @africanparksnetwork 📸 @thiswildlifeofmine_ zikomo for the shot 🧡


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One of my favourite African birds. Böhm's bee-eater (Merops boehmi). It’s sunning itself, as this was taken early in the morning, and it was raising the feathers on its back. Why this is, I’m not quite sure.
#beeeater #bee_eater #böhmsbeeeater
#mybirdwatch
#best_birds_of_world
#bird
#birds
#birdlife
#wildlife
#wildlifephotography #naturephotography
#birdwatching
#birding
#birdphotography
#birdphoto
#birdfreaks
#birds_private
#AFRICANature
#wildlifeofafrica
#malawi #liwondenationalpark #liwonde #shireriver #mvuucamp
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It is prime-time safari season, and @cnn has listed Malawi as a top emerging travel destination. Although an often under-the-radar destination, Malawi is revered by in-the-know travellers who journey to Majete Wildlife Reserve, Liwonde National Park and Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve for fewer crowds and an increased chance of animal sightings. These three magnificent parks have been restored and repopulated with wildlife thanks to unprecedented conservation efforts by @africanparksnetwork and the Malawi Department of National Parks and Wildlife. Between 2016 and 2018 alone, 520 elephants were moved from Liwonde and Majete to repopulate Nkhotakota and return it to its former glory, cheetahs were restored to Liwonde for the first time in 100 years in 2017, and lions made their historic return also to Liwonde in 2018. As a result tourism is on the rise, with new lodgings opened to keep pace with visitors. This includes @robin_pope_safaris' Kuthengo Camp, a beautiful tented camp in Liwonde by overlooking the Shire River. Read the full list of where to travel this summer via @CNN by clicking the link in our bio. Photo: @frankweitzer #AfricanParks #Malawi #Tourism #Liwonde #Majete #Nkhotakota #Bucketlist


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Home for the next few days, under the thatch, beside the baobab tree.

#Liwonde #malawi #destinationmalawi #wildplaces #malawitourism


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One long road stretches from #lilongwe to #liwonde. You'd think that would make our four hour #journey easy, but running out of petrol in the middle of Malawi almost ended up being a problem. Thankfully some boys from a local village came to our rescue and funneled some petrol out of a plastic water bottle for us. After a pit stop for food and to buy some local pottery, we made it to Liwonde National Park almost eight hours later😂

#visitafrica #travel #travelblogger #travelingram #traveltheworld #ig_africa #safari #thisisafrica #travelphotography #nature


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Breakfast time bird watching to the sound of hippos. 10/10 recommend.

#Malawi #liwonde #bushbreakfast #liwondenationalpark #centralafrica


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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@natgeo photo by @stevewinterphoto with @africanparksnetwork

Lions in Malawi, the ‘warm heart of Africa’, are making a comeback! The country’s pride is growing as six wild lions have been safely transported from South Africa to their new homes in Majete Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Park to help revive the parks’ predator populations. Just last week, four of these lions (two males and two females) joined the two male lions who were translocated to Liwonde in February this year. Lions were last seen in the park over four years ago, and it had been even longer since a breeding population lived in the park. We moved the other two males to Majete Wildlife Reserve to improve the genetic diversity of the current lion population there. All lions are in secure enclosures (bomas) where they are adjusting to their new environment and bonding, and will be released over the coming weeks and months. Africa’s wildlife has suffered immensely in recent decades, and the lion population has crashed by more than 40% since 1993. Just 100 years ago, more than 200,000 lions lived in Africa- today, best estimates put them at fewer than 20,000. “Very simply, if a park is not being managed then it will be lost, we have two options, one is we allow these places to disappear. The other is we make our own plan,” says CEO of @africanparksnetwork, Peter Fearnhead who was recently quoted by the Washington Post (see link in our bio). By working closely with the Government of Malawi, the local community as with critical support from the Dutch Government, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn – we are making a plan to restore the species to protected areas across Africa for the benefit of future generations. #AfricanParks #NaturesReturn #Conservation #Wildlife #Liwonde #Majete #Lions #Predators @africanparksnetwork #DutchGovernment, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn @Zakouma_national_park


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@natgeo photo by @stevewinterphoto with @africanparksnetwork

Lions in Malawi, the ‘warm heart of Africa’, are making a comeback! The country’s pride is growing as six wild lions have been safely transported from South Africa to their new homes in Majete Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Park to help revive the parks’ predator populations. Just last week, four of these lions (two males and two females) joined the two male lions who were translocated to Liwonde in February this year. Lions were last seen in the park over four years ago, and it had been even longer since a breeding population lived in the park. We moved the other two males to Majete Wildlife Reserve to improve the genetic diversity of the current lion population there. All lions are in secure enclosures (bomas) where they are adjusting to their new environment and bonding, and will be released over the coming weeks and months. Africa’s wildlife has suffered immensely in recent decades, and the lion population has crashed by more than 40% since 1993. Just 100 years ago, more than 200,000 lions lived in Africa- today, best estimates put them at fewer than 20,000. “Very simply, if a park is not being managed then it will be lost, we have two options, one is we allow these places to disappear. The other is we make our own plan,” says CEO of @africanparksnetwork, Peter Fearnhead who was recently quoted by the Washington Post (see link in our bio). By working closely with the Government of Malawi, the local community as with critical support from the Dutch Government, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn – we are making a plan to restore the species to protected areas across Africa for the benefit of future generations. #AfricanParks #NaturesReturn #Conservation #Wildlife #Liwonde #Majete #Lions #Predators @africanparksnetwork #DutchGovernment, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn @reddigitalcinema #reddigitalcinema @CanonUSA #CanonUSA @zakouma_national_park


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"Not all those who wander are lost" - boating on the Shire River with two of my favorite travel companions!
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#travel #africa #Malawi #shire #liwonde #adventure #wanderlust #family #boat #river #safari #wow


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The stunning Shire river in Malawi! Giving life to Majete Wildlife Reserve, Liwonde National Park and Millions of Malawians. 😍 @africannomadproductions got the perfect shot for us on such a beautiful evening!
#landlake #malawi #beautifulmalawi #stunning #thisiswhyilivehere #home #liwonde #majete #river #photography #evening #africa #travelmalawi #destinationanywhere


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#Repost @africanparksnetwork

Just over a century ago, more than 200,000 wild lions were living in Africa. Today there are only 20,000. In the last two decades alone, lion populations have plummeted by over 40% and are now extinct in 26 African countries and have vanished from over 90% of their historic range. Urgent action is needed to save them from becoming extinct. We are taking proactive measures to broaden their range and ensure a future for the species. In 2015 we restored lions to Akagera National Park in Rwanda – the population doubled within a year. In 2017, we returned lions to Liwonde National Park in Malawi after a four-year absence. We are not only restoring the species to areas where they have gone locally extinct, we are also protecting them where they currently are in important landscapes. In Pendjari National Park in Benin, we are helping to safeguard the last remaining West African lions in Africa – where 100 individuals remain (which is 50% of the entire population of West African lions). Through our partnerships with governments across Africa and supporters like the Dutch Government, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn – recovering and protecting the species long into the future is within our grasp. Help us continue the critically needed protection and conservation of this iconic species. Photo: @stevewinterphoto #AfricanParks #LionRecovery #Conservation #Akagera #Liwonde #Rwanda #Malawi #Repost @dp4k.m_reincarnated with @insta.save.repost • • •


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@natgeo photo by @stevewinterphoto with @africanparksnetwork

Lions in Malawi, the ‘warm heart of Africa’, are making a comeback! The country’s pride is growing as six wild lions have been safely transported from South Africa to their new homes in Majete Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Park to help revive the parks’ predator populations. Just last week, four of these lions (two males and two females) joined the two male lions who were translocated to Liwonde in February this year. Lions were last seen in the park over four years ago, and it had been even longer since a breeding population lived in the park. We moved the other two males to Majete Wildlife Reserve to improve the genetic diversity of the current lion population there. All lions are in secure enclosures (bomas) where they are adjusting to their new environment and bonding, and will be released over the coming weeks and months. Africa’s wildlife has suffered immensely in recent decades, and the lion population has crashed by more than 40% since 1993. Just 100 years ago, more than 200,000 lions lived in Africa- today, best estimates put them at fewer than 20,000. “Very simply, if a park is not being managed then it will be lost, we have two options, one is we allow these places to disappear. The other is we make our own plan,” says CEO of @africanparksnetwork, Peter Fearnhead who was recently quoted by the Washington Post (see link in our bio). By working closely with the Government of Malawi, the local community as with critical support from the Dutch Government, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn – we are making a plan to restore the species to protected areas across Africa for the benefit of future generations. #AfricanParks #NaturesReturn #Conservation #Wildlife #Liwonde #Majete #Lions #Predators @africanparksnetwork #DutchGovernment, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn @Zakouma_national_park


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Love has no borders 💞
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@natgeo photo by @stevewinterphoto with @africanparksnetwork

Lions in Malawi, the ‘warm heart of Africa’, are making a comeback! The country’s pride is growing as six wild lions have been safely transported from South Africa to their new homes in Majete Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Park to help revive the parks’ predator populations. Just last week, four of these lions (two males and two females) joined the two male lions who were translocated to Liwonde in February this year. Lions were last seen in the park over four years ago, and it had been even longer since a breeding population lived in the park. We moved the other two males to Majete Wildlife Reserve to improve the genetic diversity of the current lion population there. All lions are in secure enclosures (bomas) where they are adjusting to their new environment and bonding, and will be released over the coming weeks and months. Africa’s wildlife has suffered immensely in recent decades, and the lion population has crashed by more than 40% since 1993. Just 100 years ago, more than 200,000 lions lived in Africa- today, best estimates put them at fewer than 20,000. “Very simply, if a park is not being managed then it will be lost, we have two options, one is we allow these places to disappear. The other is we make our own plan,” says CEO of @africanparksnetwork, Peter Fearnhead who was recently quoted by the Washington Post (see link in our bio). By working closely with the Government of Malawi, the local community as with critical support from the Dutch Government, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn – we are making a plan to restore the species to protected areas across Africa for the benefit of future generations. #AfricanParks #NaturesReturn #Conservation #Wildlife #Liwonde #Majete #Lions #Predators @africanparksnetwork #DutchGovernment, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn @Zakouma_national_park


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Regrann from @ save.big.cats - #Repost @ dp4k.m_reincarnated
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#Repost @ africanparksnetwork

Just over a century ago, more than 200,000 wild lions were living in Africa. Today there are only 20,000. In the last two decades alone, lion populations have plummeted by over 40% and are now extinct in 26 African countries and have vanished from over 90% of their historic range. Urgent action is needed to save them from becoming extinct. We are taking proactive measures to broaden their range and ensure a future for the species. In 2015 we restored lions to Akagera National Park in Rwanda – the population doubled within a year. In 2017, we returned lions to Liwonde National Park in Malawi after a four-year absence. We are not only restoring the species to areas where they have gone locally extinct, we are also protecting them where they currently are in important landscapes. In Pendjari National Park in Benin, we are helping to safeguard the last remaining West African lions in Africa – where 100 individuals remain (which is 50% of the entire population of West African lions). Through our partnerships with governments across Africa and supporters like the Dutch Government, @ lionrecovery and @ leonardodicapriofdn – recovering and protecting the species long into the future is within our grasp. Help us continue the critically needed protection and conservation of this iconic species. Photo: @ stevewinterphoto #AfricanParks #LionRecovery #Conservation #Akagera #Liwonde #Rwanda #Malawi - #regrann


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#Repost @dp4k.m_reincarnated
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#Repost @africanparksnetwork

Just over a century ago, more than 200,000 wild lions were living in Africa. Today there are only 20,000. In the last two decades alone, lion populations have plummeted by over 40% and are now extinct in 26 African countries and have vanished from over 90% of their historic range. Urgent action is needed to save them from becoming extinct. We are taking proactive measures to broaden their range and ensure a future for the species. In 2015 we restored lions to Akagera National Park in Rwanda – the population doubled within a year. In 2017, we returned lions to Liwonde National Park in Malawi after a four-year absence. We are not only restoring the species to areas where they have gone locally extinct, we are also protecting them where they currently are in important landscapes. In Pendjari National Park in Benin, we are helping to safeguard the last remaining West African lions in Africa – where 100 individuals remain (which is 50% of the entire population of West African lions). Through our partnerships with governments across Africa and supporters like the Dutch Government, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn – recovering and protecting the species long into the future is within our grasp. Help us continue the critically needed protection and conservation of this iconic species. Photo: @stevewinterphoto #AfricanParks #LionRecovery #Conservation #Akagera #Liwonde #Rwanda #Malawi


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Sunset at the national park 🌅 #Liwonde #Twinsexplore


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Mvuu Wilderness Lodge in Malawi is just beautiful 🐘 🌿 .
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#afristay #travel #accommodation #malawi #mvuu #safari #wildlife #wonderlust #liwondenationalpark #liwonde


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#Repost @dp4k.m_reincarnated (@get_repost)
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#Repost @africanparksnetwork

Just over a century ago, more than 200,000 wild lions were living in Africa. Today there are only 20,000. In the last two decades alone, lion populations have plummeted by over 40% and are now extinct in 26 African countries and have vanished from over 90% of their historic range. Urgent action is needed to save them from becoming extinct. We are taking proactive measures to broaden their range and ensure a future for the species. In 2015 we restored lions to Akagera National Park in Rwanda – the population doubled within a year. In 2017, we returned lions to Liwonde National Park in Malawi after a four-year absence. We are not only restoring the species to areas where they have gone locally extinct, we are also protecting them where they currently are in important landscapes. In Pendjari National Park in Benin, we are helping to safeguard the last remaining West African lions in Africa – where 100 individuals remain (which is 50% of the entire population of West African lions). Through our partnerships with governments across Africa and supporters like the Dutch Government, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn – recovering and protecting the species long into the future is within our grasp. Help us continue the critically needed protection and conservation of this iconic species. Photo: @stevewinterphoto #AfricanParks #LionRecovery #Conservation #Akagera #Liwonde #Rwanda #Malawi


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Saddlebilled Stork

Just guessing, the fish too must also be mesmerised by his bill

#stork #mandible #wader
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