Tanzania

Tom on April 10th, 2014

A few days ago, Jane Goodall celebrated her 80th birthday. Few people in conservation have been as effective in bringing the importance of wildlife conservation in Africa to the forefront as Dr. Goodall. She gained the world’s attention with her pioneering studies of chimpanzees in Tanzania’s Gombe Reserve. Tanzania’s The New Times recently posted an […]

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Saturday’s edition of Tanzania’s Daily News featured an in-depth exploration of the Biesa oryx (Oryx biesa) – sometimes known as the East African oryx. This uniquely-adapted antelope is one of my favorites. I’ve trailed small herds in northern Kenya, often witnessing their singular, somewhat ritualized, galloping bursts that they apparently use to reinforce their rank […]

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As I write this, Dr. Michael Hutchins, our Director of Conservation and Science, is leading a wildlife safari in northern Tanzania. He and his fellow travelers will be visiting the location featured in the following article from the Panthera January newsletter. With any luck, they may see one of the prides that this lion helps […]

Continue reading about Lake Masek/Ndutu lion rescue in Tanzania from Panthera’s newsletter