Twice a year, at least 4,000 species of migratory birds worldwide will depart from their homes and move to a completely different geography, some traveling thousands of kilometers, to pursue optimal conditions for eating, breeding, and raising their young.
In late April 2022, the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) held a four-day workshop in Uganda to develop the Kidepo Valley Landscape Strategy.
Call to Action for World Rhino Day Encourages Bipartisan Efforts to Stop the Trade of Endangered Species and Increased Diplomacy to Close High-Risk Wildlife Markets
According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List of Threatened Species, over 40,000 species are threatened with extinction, making up 28 percent of all assessed animals, plants, and fungi.
Space to roam. It is a must for the world’s largest land animal, but across the transboundary Kilimanjaro landscape straddling Kenya’s southern border — known for its sizeable elephant population — that roaming space is becoming harder to find.
In 2022, it is a mistake to speak about the effects of climate change in the future tense. We are living through climate change-induced emergencies right now in the form of extreme weather shifts.