News from the wildside

Supporting wildlife charities is an important way to contribute towards protecting and preserving the natural world. These organizations work towards promoting conservation, protecting endangered species, and restoring ecosystems. By donating and advocating for these causes, we can make a positive impact on the planet and ensure a sustainable future for all living beings. Wildlife charities play a vital role in safeguarding the diversity of life on earth and the ecosystems that support it. Through our support, we can help them continue their critical work and make a difference in the world.

The World’s Largest Elephant Herd Needs Urgent Attention

The World’s Largest Elephant Herd Needs Urgent Attention

The Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA) contains the world'slargest population of savanna elephants, estimated at nearly 228,000 across fivecountries: Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. While the overallnumber remains stable, a deeper...

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Twiggy the Manatee’s Inspiring Journey

Twiggy the Manatee’s Inspiring Journey

In the world of animal conservation, it is all too common to feel as though we are perpetually battling against the tide of challenges and losses. Yet, amidst the challenges, there are success stories that are beacons of hope. Today, Paul Walker, Director of...

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Dining Discoveries: Exploring Elephant Diets

Dining Discoveries: Exploring Elephant Diets

The world's wild African elephant population extends across the African continents, captivating human fascination for centuries. Beyond their immense size and gentle nature, elephants' diets offer a captivating lens through which to comprehend their pivotal role in...

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Wildtracks – Saving the wildlife of Belize

Wildtracks – Saving the wildlife of Belize

Wildtracks is a remarkable charity organisation that has been dedicated to rehabilitating and conserving wildlife in Belize since 1999. With a focus on manatees and monkeys the organisation has made significant strides in preserving these endangered species and...

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