Author Archive | Wildlife Margrit

How lights save lions and livestock in Tanzania

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Human wildlife conflict is on the rise and the folks with the Tanzania Lion Illumination Project have found that lights save lions from being killed by farmers. It was a rainy morning in Karatu, Tanzania. Philipo and I were messaging back and forth to nail down a time and place to meet. Philipo Ormorijei, a […]

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A Reformed Poacher Saves an Endangered Pangolin in Uganda

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A happy ending for this endangered pangolin shows that education and awareness programs do pay off. “They have a pangolin. Come right away!” Moses doesn’t waste anytime finding transportation over to the remote border crossing near his home. A border crossing between Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. One of his reformed poachers […]

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Meet Crammy Wanyama a man with a passion for birds

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Uganda is home to some of Africa’s most beautiful birds. No wonder Crammy Wanyama has turned his passion for them into a thriving business. “Hello I’m Crammy Wanyama. I love Land Rovers too.” He said with a warm smile extending his hand. Crammy and his group of birders had just arrived at our camp outside […]

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