The Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) was established in 2004 to develop community wildlife conservancies in northern Kenya.
The endangered okapi is the only other living member of the giraffe family, and survives only in the forests of war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
South Africa’s Ministry of Forestry, Fisheries and Environmental Affairs has released its 2019-2020 SANParks Annual Report, in which the full impact of rhino poaching in the world-famous Kruger National Park has been fully documented for the first time in some years. The figures report a loss of two-thirds of the park's white rhino population, and one-third of its black rhino population within less than a decade.
Dr Caleb Ofori-Boateng is the Founder and Director of Herp Conservation Ghana and works for the protection of amphibians in Ghana.
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.
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.
Habitat loss remains the greatest threat to wildlife throughout the world.
The Yankari Game Reserve is home to Nigeria’s largest surviving elephant population, estimated at 350 individuals.
The Duke of Cambridge makes a passionate speech on the urgent work needed to combat the illegal wildlife trade to a group of Chinese and UK students.
The mountain, or eastern Bongo is one of the rarest large mammals in Africa.