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July 15, 2012
Desert male lion

Namibia Desert lions – Return of the King

by Helge Denker on behalf of the NACSO Natural Resource Working Group with input from conservancy representatives The king of beasts is returning to reclaim his reign […]
August 9, 2013

World Lion Day

Tomorrow the world will celebrate the lion and create awareness of the threats faced by this mighty predator – through world lion day. King of the […]
February 27, 2014

Sean Braine – Namibian Photographer Q&A

By Jana-Mari Smith A curious and surprised look from an oryx making its way up a steep cliff, an unguarded moment between a jackal mother and […]
May 22, 2014

The Queen Lion of Skeleton Coast

“The Queen is dead”. These words rippled across the world soon after they were posted on the research website of desert lion researcher Dr Flip Stander, […]
November 25, 2014

Wetland wildlife in the Zambezi region

Anja Denker, Namibian wildlife photographer and visual artist, visited Namibia's north-east, the Zambezi region, a place of unparalleled wildlife abundance and striking greenery juxtaposed against the rest of the country's arid, desert Eco-systems. Anja, with a skilled and knowledgeable eye, captured this lush and opulent Eden, shedding light on a road less travelled.
September 3, 2015

Desert lions: A fight for survival

We were making our way down the Hoanib when he came out from behind a bush on the riverbank. He was beautiful. Strong and young. And by the collar around his neck I immediately knew who he was. His brother followed soon after and the two young male lions made their way down the dry river toward an unknown destination.
July 31, 2017

Wild cats to delight and surprise in Etosha

If you’re planning a trip to Namibia in the winter, then a visit to the Etosha National Park, Namibia’s jewel in the crown, should be high on your list.
July 4, 2018

Botswana’s Nxai Pans

We’ve just returned to South Camp and it’s almost dark. Stretching our stiff limbs, the place is silent tonight since we are the only campers. And then we hear it, a soft swishing sound in the grass. Moving cautiously to the edge of the tree line in the deep twilight, we can just make out a solid mass of elephants mere metres away from us.
August 2, 2018

IRDNC Conservation News

IRDNC Highlights from Jan – June 2018 Completion of the first critical steps towards Africa’s First People’s Park (Kunene Region) The Lion Ranger Programme successfully inaugurated […]

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