Pushing (bio)boundaries in human-wildlife conflict

Botswana Predator Conservation is pioneering new ways to help reduce conflict between humans and predators such as painted wolves.

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Painted wolf images give hope in Senegal

Very exciting photos of painted wolves in Niokolo Koba National Park in Senegal give hope for this critical population in West Africa.

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It’s not just getting a bit warmer…

Researchers from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) have shown that rising temperatures from climate change and human pressures interact in ways that affect painted wolf mortality.

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Charting a course for nature

African Parks 2020 Annual Report provides an incredible overview of their work conserving wild landscapes across Africa.

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New research sheds light on large carnivores

A new doctoral thesis presents research from Ruaha-Rungwa in Tanzania and shows the challenges painted wolves face in this important landscape.

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Wildlife Act forms tracking tech company

Exciting development as NGO Wildlife ACT brings its expertise to a new wildlife tracking company.

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The nose knows when it comes to reducing stress

Researchers are trialing an innovative way to reduce stress during artificial formation of painted wolf packs.

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MPCP up and running in 2021

The latest news from the Mara Predator Conservation Programme in Kenya.

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SABC features the work of EWT

EWT’s work in the Kruger National Park was recently featured on SABC.

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