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Introducing Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award Winner Suleiman Saidu

Suleiman is a Senior Game Guard Ranger at the Yankari National Park in Nigeria. Taking a zero-tolerance approach, Suleiman has driven down cattle grazing in the reserve, clamped down on corruption and drastically reduced the levels of poaching.

Tusk Conservation Award 2019 Finalists

Tusk Conservation Awards 2019

The Tusk Conservation Awards, in partnership with Investec Asset Management, celebrate the extraordinary work of dedicated conservationists from across Africa, whose work and lives might otherwise go unnoticed outside their fields.

Levison Wood - Walking With Giants

The Last Giants: Lecture by Levison Wood

Renowned British explorer, writer, photographer and Tusk Ambassador Levison Wood recounts a collection of stories and anecdotes from his travels across Africa, mixing tales from his previous adventurous treks with a personal insight into the issues of conservation facing us all today. The event is sponsored by Forevermark, and is being held as part of the Living with Wildlife appeal, in partnership with Send a Cow.

Prince William inspired by Africa’s wildlife game changers

PRESS RELEASE: Announcing the shortlist for the 2018 Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa, Charlie Mayhew, CEO of Tusk Trust said, “The incredible efforts and inspirational leadership of this year’s finalists offer both great hope and a way forward to secure the future of Africa’s endangered wildlife.”

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.

Wild Impact - Oceans without Borders

Oceans Without Borders is dedicated to marine conservation and community development at sites where &Beyond and Wild Impact, formally known as Africa Foundation, operate.

Ride 4 Rangers Reaches the Halfway Mark

The Ride 4 Rangers team is halfway through their cumulative bike ride challenge. Aiming for a 30,000km total distance – the equivalent of circumnavigating Africa. Ben Morison, the organiser and driving force behind the challenge, gives us an update from the road.