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WILD to INSPIRE: The Beauty of Wildlife Management Areas

Dan Duran jumping for joy at Lake Burunge wit an anti-poaching scout

Besides the overabundance of wildlife I have been shooting, this week I had the opportunity to travel to Burunge to visit one of AWF’s WMAs. Just a quick recap for those of you who don’t know what a WMA is, WMA is an acronym for Wildlife Management Area.

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AWF’s Newest Conservation Superstars

AWF Conservation Manangement Training Program

As the school year begins, six young conservationists are gearing up for a different type of education—one that is very hands on.

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Advising South Sudan

South Sudan photo by Fiachra Kearney

A new country faces any number of challenges, and for the Republic of South Sudan, that includes determining how best to manage its abundance of natural resources.

At the request of the government, AWF is assisting South Sudan in establishing appropriate policies that will help protect its natural resources. Former Maasai Steppe Director, James Kahurananga has been working in Juba as the AWF technical advisor for the Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism.

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On Kazungula Heartland

Camera in hand, Becky traveled across Kazungula's landscapes and shared her experiences with AWF. Here she circles Victoria Falls between the countries of Zambia and Zimbabawe from a helicopter.

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Tour Ngoma Lodge in Botswana

A photo diary from Becky Walter, an AWF intern in the field. Click on any of the stunning images below to view it in full size.

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