July 5, 2012

My heart and soul is in Namibia: Laurie Marker

In a recent edition of Discover magazine, Laurie Marker, founder and Executive Director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund, described Namibia as the country she identifies with […]
July 5, 2012

KAZA: Will it be a white elephant?

By Ginger Mauney International borders are political rather than ecological boundaries. Yet the lines on the map dictate the flow of humans and wildlife and the […]
July 5, 2012

A role model for conservation: Janet Matota

Janet Matota is a true pioneer of community-based natural resource management and a role model for men and women in Caprivi and beyond. Having joined the […]
July 5, 2012

Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation: marking milestones

By Margaret Jacobsohn The IRDNC – Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation – evolved out of a pioneering partnership with community leaders in the Kunene Region […]
July 5, 2012

DRFN: The biggest natural laboratory in the oldest desert in the world

By Conrad Brain It takes a very special type of creature to survive in the desert. Most desert inhabitants sporting specialised and bizarre adaptations very often […]
July 5, 2012

Custodianship programme: Black Rhino realities

By Conrad Brain When a statement appears that the future of the black rhino (Diceros bicornis bicornis) will probably be decided within the next decade, and […]
July 5, 2012

Counting wildlife: Namibia one of the greatest biodiversity successes in the world

By Chris Brown and Jo Tagg Every farmer knows how many head of livestock he has. He knows where they are, and he knows how they have […]
July 5, 2012

Human and elephant conflict a major difficulty in conservation

By Pauline Lindeque It is estimated that there were less than 6 000 elephants south of the Zambezi River by 1900, raising fears that they would […]
July 5, 2012

CCF – putting research into action and improving the life of Namibians

By Ginger Mauney The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), born out of passion and commitment to cheetah conservation in the year of Namibia’s independence, has its foundation […]
July 5, 2012

Tracks in the desert are a big problem

One of the worst forms of visual pollution in the Namib Desert is vehicle tracks, especially on the gravel plains. Antje Burke, who is in charge […]
July 5, 2012

Uukwaluudhi Conservancy – A royal dream becomes reality

By Ginger Mauney For thirty years King Taapopi of the Uukwaluudhi traditional authority persisted with his goal of establishing a protected wildlife area in his homeland. For […]
July 5, 2012

The white pelican – an endangered species in Namibia

The pelicans along the Namibian coastal and inland flood plains, pans and larger dams are far too large, conspicuous and flamboyant to be overlooked, says Susann […]
July 5, 2012

Living diamonds – the Sperrgebiet’s natural riches

After years of botanical and environmental work in the enigmatic Diamond Area No 1 – the Sperrgebiet – Antje Burke of the Southern Namib Restoration Ecology […]
July 5, 2012

The elusive Nama Padloper

By Peter Cunningham The endemic Nama Padloper (Homopus bergeri) is a small tortoise with a reddish-brown carapace that is flattened and flexible. This structural design assists […]
July 5, 2012

Support the endangered wild dogs of Namibia

Project manager for the Namibian Wild Dog Project working in collaboration with the Namibian Nature Foundation, Ministry of Environment of Tourism and regional NGOs, Robin Lines, […]

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