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African Wildlife

African wildlife is one of the African continent’s greatest assets drawing international visitors. Tourists and wildlife photographers searching for the big five won’t be disappointed! However, many species are in decline as a result of environmental change, human conflict and poaching.

Often drawn to water sources, many species can be found around lakes, rivers, and waterholes in the dry season. The great migration sees millions of Wildebeest, Zebra and other antelopes make the annual trek from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Masai Mara in Kenya. While this helps to provide a measure of predictability for visiting tourists, drought and climate change are quickly becoming one of the greatest threats to African wildlife species.

Despite the abundance of some species, Africa has its fair share of endangered species. Elephants, Rhino, Mountain Gorillas and other species, such as the White-backed Vulture, face serious threats. Learn about African species through our profiles and beautiful images, descriptions, and information on conservation status, breeding and habitats.

Wildlife Conservation and Education

Wildlife Conservation and Education

Wildlife conservation and education are essential to raise awareness and protect many species. Learn more about wildlife conservation initiatives and how you can help in your backyard.
Ethical Wildlife Tourism

Ethical Wildlife Tourism

Ethical wildlife tourism can benefit the conservation of some species by providing funding and education on the threats facing wildlife.
Vulture Restaurant Experience

Vulture Restaurant Experience

Feeding vultures at a vulture restaurant is a conservation initiative to support vulture numbers, providing education on their decline.
Lake Nakuru Flamingos

Lake Nakuru Flamingos

Flamingos at Lake Nakuru in Kenya are a highlight of any wildlife tour in Africa. Greater and lesser flamingos in the wild is a must see.

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