Prince Harry who is the president of African Parks, an animal conservation charity, has offered to support a deal with Botswana to move 500 - 1,000 elephants to Zambia, which could help that government's efforts to boost tourism.
Prince Harry to Facilitate Elephant Move From Botswana
Zambia Reports, 27 November 2018
Prince Harry has pledged to facilitate the movement of between 500-1000 Elephants from Botswana into the Kafue National Park that has a culling capacity of close to 25 thousand… Read more »
Prince Harry and President Edgar Lungu.
Protecting Elephants Isn't A Numbers Game
ISS, 26 November 2018
In September this year, Elephants Without Borders (EWB) director Dr Mike Chase released a statement about the discovery of 87 elephant carcasses during Botswana's quadrennial… Read more »
Prince Harry Appointed African Parks President
New Times, 27 December 2017
Popular member of the United Kingdom royal family, Prince Henry of Wales also known as Prince Harry, has been appointed as new President of African Parks, the organization that… Read more »
The carcasses of 87 elephants have been found near a wildlife sanctuary in Botswana, in what conservation group Elephants Without Borders have called "the largest scale of elephant ... Read more »
Poaching has escalated in recent years with record numbers of rhino and elephants being killed across Africa for their horn. The poachers are becoming increasingly militarised in ... Read more »
Thanks to our wired world, African Arguments' Stephen Corry has started a debate on what he alleges were spurious claims that 87 elephants had been killed by poachers in Botswana, ... Read more »
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