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Posts tagged ‘anti-poaching’

  • Chinese tourism in Uganda – opportunity or threat?

    Jan 17, 17 • 5931 views 12 comments

    Chinese in Uganda: tourism opportunities and conservation threats Welcome to Diary of a Muzungu! This week’s guest post is by Sandra Rwese, a brilliant Ugandan entrepreneur who I first heard speak at a Nature Uganda public talk in Kampala....

  • Why Kenya’s ivory burning makes sense #worthmorealive

    Apr 29, 16 • 3950 views 1 comment

    The ivory burning in Nairobi National Park, Kenya and what it means. This weekend sees a historic conservation event: the burning of the biggest ever number of elephant tusks and rhino horn. This week Uganda stands shoulder to shoulder with our...

  • A disgusting day out

    Aug 24, 12 • 12039 views 17 comments

    Looking for things to do around Kampala? Visiting the abattoir might not be top of every vegetarian’s wish list, but that didn’t stop Alex and I looking forward to the day out at the slaughterhouse, as part of Nature Uganda‘s...

  • How to feed a baby elephant

    Aug 5, 12 • 5824 views 9 comments

    Last week I told you the tragic story about the increase in elephant poaching and how Baby Charles came to UWEC. But despite his sad start in life, he’s a very happy little elephant, bringing heaps of fun to anyone who gets a chance to see him...

  • Imagine: elephants swimming to an island!

    Jul 5, 12 • 7692 views 14 comments

    Last week I had an elephant encounter  at Uganda Wildlife Education Centre in Entebbe. When you first encounter this baby elephant Charlie, thoughts of murder are far from your mind. Originally from Queen Elizabeth National Park, Charles was...

  • Anti-poaching: the answer’s in the gumboots!

    Mar 14, 10 • 2642 views 6 comments

    Uganda Wildlife Authority rangers will soon, for the first time ever, have a permanent base in the Dura sector, an area of 400km² north of Lake George in Queen Elizabeth National Park, thanks to the Uganda Conservation Foundation, the organization...

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