We are pleased to announce that two new judges will be joining our esteemed judging panel for the Tusk Conservation Awards 2024.
Four years ago, Tusk and Ripple Effect launched the Living with Wildlife appeal to help people and wildlife live side by side in and around Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda. Since then, the region has experienced great challenges, and the Living with Wildlife project became more important than ever in supporting the park and local communities through difficult times.
Nominations are now open for the 2024 Tusk Conservation Awards. Now in their 12th year, we are on the lookout to find the next round of inspirational biodiversity defenders, who are leading the way for conservation in Africa.
After just over 5 weeks at sea, the BlueTusk trio have completed the world's toughest Atlantic row, raising funds for Tusk and the Blue Marine Foundation along the way.
Evidence from a recent study has painted an alarming picture for the future of Africa’s savanna birds of prey. With large-scale population collapse and increasing dependence on protected areas, is there an extinction crisis threatening African raptors?
In late 2023, increasing reports of poaching incidences in Northern Botswana raised questions as to whether a surge in elephant poaching is limited to this area, or is more widespread and a growing concern across African countries.
We are deeply saddened to learn of the death of Pierre-André Mourgue D’Algue after a long and brave battle with his illness.
Today a team of three colleagues from Vodafone will embark on the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge 2023 - raising funds for Tusk and the Blue Marine Foundation.
The extraordinary achievements of Africa's leading conservationists were honoured at the 2023 Tusk Conservation Awards, hosted by Tusk in London.
Tusk, in collaboration with Westbrook Gallery and Shaftesbury Capital, has raised an estimated £130,000 in the Tusk Gorilla Trail Auction. Funds will protect gorillas and other threatened species and support their critical habitat and communities across Africa.
Zimbabwe's Jealous Mpofu, Chief Tracker at Painted Dog Conservation, wins this year's prestigious Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award, recognising the dedication and commitment of an individual working in the field on a daily basis to protect Africa’s wildlife.
Tusk's project partner, VulPro, has announced the approved relocation of 155 vultures, beginning at the end of January 2024. This will initiate a two-year relocation process, which will be the largest vulture relocation ever undertaken.