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Wildlife Ranger Challenge, Northern Rangelands Trust K9 handles and dogs. Taken by Ami Vitale Blog

Canines on the Conservation Frontline

Humankind’s best friend is an invaluable partner to wildlife rangers. Across Africa, a multitude of different breeds support anti-poaching efforts. With their keen sense of smell, canine conservation heroes are game changers in tracking human poaching suspects, locating snares, and finding wounded wildlife.


The Wildlife Ranger Challenge is Back!

More than 100 teams of rangers across Africa are gearing up for the fourth annual Wildlife Ranger Challenge. Coordinated by Tusk and the Game Rangers Association of Africa, the multi-million pound fundraising initiative features a series of fitness challenges and culminates with a 21km half-marathon race on 16th September 2023.

Wild Dog Blog

Coexistence in Shared Landscapes

Tusk's vision is a future in which people and wildlife can thrive together across Africa. For this to happen, supporting coexistence is vital. In this blog we review the path ahead for the management of human-wildlife conflict.

Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ) Blog

Celebrate International Women’s Day with Tusk's Conservation Heroes

In celebration of International Women’s Day 2023, we're taking a look at some inspirational women, including past winners and finalists from our Tusk Conservation Awards. Since 2013, the Tusk awards have been a catalyst for promoting conservation work across Africa and within that the wonderful women making stand-out contributions for conservation.

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New Pan African Conservation Education (PACE) Video Released

The Pan African Conservation Education (PACE) Project is Tusk’s education programme which was launched in 2006, in partnership with Siren Conservation Education. PACE supports conservation and sustainability education, providing ideas, information and training for teachers and learners across Africa.


The Search for Inspirational African Conservationists

Nominations are open for the 2023 Tusk Conservation Awards. Now in its 11th year we are looking to celebrate our next round of extraordinary conservation leaders and wildlife rangers paving the future of African conservation.


The Ambrose Buoys have done it!

After just over five weeks at sea, a team of three brothers have completed their challenge of a lifetime, having rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, raising funds for Tusk along the way.

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