News on the Elephants Tracking Project in Pafuri

September 8,2009 by

Tracking animal movements is a key part in large-scale conservation, especially with keystone species such as bears, cougars, elephant and gorillas. Knowing how animals move, seasonal variations and changes due to climate, development or other reasons, can inform conservation decisions and management.  Below is a slideshow of maps and images from the The Makuleke Transboundary Elephant program, by Wilderness Safaris Wildlife Trust and partners including WILD and Save the Elephants.  Read more about this project >

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