Coinciding with its regional consultation with member states in Africa, CABI hosted a policy summit on invasive species in Gaborone, Botswana on 28 February. About 70 delegates representing policymakers, research, the private sector and civil society from across Africa gathered to learn about and discuss the impact of invasives as well as the technical and […]
Wildlife populations declined by an average of 60% over the last four decades
Meet the Batwa pygmies, go mountain gorilla trekking, go on a boat cruise and enjoy exciting game drives in Uganda! DAY 1: KIGALI – BWINDI IMPENETRABLE Our driver guide will pick you up from the airport and transfer you on a 3-hour car journey via the Gatuna Border to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Proceed to […]
Chinese nationals awaiting trial at Victoria Falls magistrates court in Zimbabwe after being found with illegal rhino horn pieces worth nearly £750,000.
Virunga’s rare mountain gorillas are a big draw for foreign tourists, bringing cash into the local economy and boosting jobs. These two alpha male silverback mountain gorillas from the Mpua family are pictured in the Jomba rainforest, within the national park.
The baby gorilla clung to its mother while keeping a curious eye on David. He had been trekking in South Bwindi, Uganda, when he came across the whole family. Following them, they then stopped in a small clearing to relax and groom each other.