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Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award 2023 Winner Revealed

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.

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Africa’s Largest Vulture Relocation Announced

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.

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Tusk Announces Appointment of new CEO

Tusk is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Bubb as its new CEO, as the charity's Founder, Charlie Mayhew OBE takes on a new full-time executive role as Tusk's President.

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A Step Up for Wildlife Rangers

Tusk is proud to collaborate with Ranger Lab and Jim Green Footwear in this year's Wildlife Ranger Challenge. Guaranteeing that rangers are properly equipped is vital for ensuring effective work, whether on patrol, mitigating human-wildlife conflict, or tackling poaching incidents.

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The Ripple Effect of Collaboration

Damian Bell, CEO of the Honeyguide Foundation, discusses the impact of attending the 2022 Tusk Conservation Symposium and the benefits of collaboration and combining resources.

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Why We Should All Care About World Ranger Day

Protected areas are fundamental to achieving climate change mitigation targets, safeguarding biodiversity and supporting sustainable development goals. Wildlife rangers steward these vast tracts of land and water so vital for the future of life on earth. Yet we only have 286k of the 1.5m rangers needed to meet the globally-set protection target of 30% of the planet by 2030. We must do more to support the men and women working in protected areas that benefit us all.

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