Khaudum National Park is situated in the northeastern corner off Namibia, just south of the Caprivi Strip and borders Botswana’s western fringe. Known as ‘Bushmenland’, it is part of the greater Kalahari Desert. The Khaudum River has played a major role in wildlife migration from the eastern side of the Namib Desert, Etosha Pan into […]

via Khaudum National Park Introduction, Namibia — Travels with Ben


In order to help Chinese residents of African countries to better integrate into the local environment, China House organizes and implements a series of projects aimed at engage Chinese communities in wildlife conservation…

via Chinese Residents in South Africa say “NO” to the Illegal Wildlife Trade — CHINA – SOUTH MILLENNIALS PROJECT