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Jumbo task as Malawi moves 263 elephants to restock a degraded national park

By Charles Mpaka Over the last month, 263 elephants were relocated from Liwonde National Park to Kasungu National Park, both in Malawi. Liwonde, managed by African Parks, an NGO, hosts some 600 elephants, more than its ecosystem can support. Kasungu’s elephant population was previously decimated by poaching, but officials say the park is ready to host … Continue reading Jumbo task as Malawi moves 263 elephants to restock a degraded national park

Hundreds of iconic Barbary macaques feared dead in Morocco forest fire

By Anna Majavu A wildfire has burned through half of the Bouhachem Forest Reserve in northern Morocco, one of the few remaining refuges of the Barbary macaque. The fire forced the evacuation of more than 900 families from 15 villages in this region of the Rif mountains, destroying homes and crops and killing livestock. In recent … Continue reading Hundreds of iconic Barbary macaques feared dead in Morocco forest fire

Mongabay’s What-To-Watch list for August 2022

By Mongabay.com  Mongabay’s July videos show how Indigenous communities in Brazil are recovering native crops, why a coastal developmental project in India is facing protests, how the weather can be used to control forest fires in the Amazon, and other issues globally. Two Mongabay YouTube series — Chasing Deforestation and Mongabay Webinars — released new episodes, … Continue reading Mongabay’s What-To-Watch list for August 2022

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