Collaring Project Aims to Protect Tanzania’s Elephants
The government, with the support of the World Wide Fund for Nature, will embark on a 12-month project which aims to save the remaining elephants in the Selous Game Reserve from poaching. 60 elephants are expected to be collared which will enable reserve management and government rangers to track elephant movements and identify and act against threats.
Citizen, 4 April 2018
In Tanzania, the government, with support from WWF, has launched the country's largest ever elephant collaring effort to protect its dwindling elephant population. With almost 90… Read more »
Daily News, 5 April 2018
THE government, with support from WWF, has launched the country's largest ever elephant collaring effort to protect the dwindling elephant population. Read more »
Frankfurt Zoological Society has confirmed that the project to help return rhino and elephant to the Selous Game Reserve is under way. The project is supported by the World Wide ... Read more »