Intelligent, balanced news on the future of wildlife, and the latest from National Park Rescue's teams working on the frontline in Africa's most threatened National Parks.

Law Enforcement

National Park Rescue’s Female Rangers Celebrated.

National Park Rescue’s team of female community scouts have been celebrated in an article in The Independent newspaper. On seeing their images in print and reading their quotes, the girls,

Future of Wildlife

Making Space for Elephants

For many of us living in the west, far from the African bush, the idea of living next to elephants seems exotic, idyllic and even romantic. The reality for people

Best of Other News

China still promoting consumption of pangolins

As feared, despite the positive news headlines, China is still promoting the use of pangolin scales in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Pangolins have been removed from the list of key ingredients

Best of Other News

Holding firm against the global rise in poaching

As poaching rises around the world, the work of National Park Rescue, our friends and partners is more important than ever. We cannot forget that poaching robs countries of their

Future of Wildlife

The defence of wildlife must be proportional to the threat

The recent tide of articles criticising what is pejoratively described as the “militarisation” of conservation are representative of a concerning shift in the narrative around the conservation of threatened populations

Best of Other News

UK Court of Appeal Upholds Ivory Act

In positive news from the UK, the court of appeal has upheld the Ivory Act and rejected a strong legal challenge by representatives from the auctions and antiques industries.  The

NPR News

Ranger dies in road accident

It is with great sadness that we have to report that Ranger Marshal Ncube lost his life in an accident involving one of our vehicles. The vehicle came off the

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