Les featured on Channel News Asia

During my recent trip to Singapore, I was interviewed by Channel News Asia (Local Singapore broadcast) about the current state of poaching and some of our recent work in conservation. Take a look here!

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Stranded Sea Turtle rescued off Benguerra Island Mozambique.

A green sea turtle was found sitting high and dry off andBeyond Benguerra Island this weekend stranded on one of the many sand bars during low tide. Thanks to some quick thinking from the Bazaruto National Park officials and lodge staff, the lucky sea turtle was returned safely back to the ocean.
Read this wonderful story online here

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Migration on the Move: 30 March

The massive herds of East Africa’s Great Migration are starting to make their way northeast towards Gol Mountain, although there are still some wildebeest grazing the southern Ndutu plains.
&Beyond’s two semi-permanent Serengeti Under Canvas Camps are currently positioned at Ndutu and will move up to Seronera in the central Serengeti in the next couple of weeks.
Over the past two months the herds have dropped their young and the game viewing
has been extraordinary. Yesterday guests witnessed a cheetah taking

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Have you seen the Rhinos Without Borders rugby mascot?

The rhino poaching statistics in South Africa remain grim, which is why Rhinos Without Borders is such a story of hope. Through our joint initiative with Great Plains Conservation, we have committed to translocating at least 100 endangered rhino to safety in Botswana.
We are proud to report that we are now ¼ of the way through our project. Rhinos Without Borders has raised an impressive USD 1.4 million to-date and we have moved 25 endangered rhino to safety in Botswana.

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Going on safari? Research shows ecotourism can help save threatened species

Prof. Ralf Buckley and his colleagues recently published a very interesting article about the effects of ecotourism on conservation and how it could possibly save threatened species.
Read the article here: https://theconversation.com/going-on-safari-research-shows-ecotourism-can-help-save-threatened-species-54746 

 

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