Rain, rain, rain…

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With the now pressing heat, it seems like ages have passed since the long rains finally stopped – and what rains those were! Every day seemed to bring more water, more water than seemed possible – roads turned to rivers, swamps appeared where there were previously none and bridges were washed away, cutting off all […]

Darakuta Goes Wild!

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Darakuta’s multi-use system, where ranching, wildlife and farming co-exist side-by-side, requires careful monitoring to allow proper management. Working together with PAMS Foundation affiliated researchers, we are performing a basic species inventory of Darakuta that will help us gain a better understanding of the species that already call Darakuta home. This in turn will enable better […]

Infamous Poacher Caught

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A big breakthrough after only forty days on the job for our ranger team – they tracked down a well known Poacher named Hamadi. He had been active on Darakuta for more than 20 years, killing over 700 animals. In a previous interrogation he had admitted to poaching the last group of giraffes on Darakuta. […]