April 28, 2020
Return to Rwanda: Coming Home to a Remarkable Renaissance
If there was one word that captures the spirit of Rwanda, it would probably be “resilience”. Having been torn apart by the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, the country has been transformed through visionary leadership and the gentle and optimistic nature of its people. Their shared love for the “land of a thousand hills” is...
April 22, 2020
How the Global Health Crisis Threatens Decades of Conservation Work in Africa
2020 had long been touted as an environmental “Super Year” – a crucial turning point in history, with the coming together of many critical global agreements that would impact the future health of our landscapes and their flora and fauna. Little did we know that nature would beat us to the punch. Centuries of environmental...
April 20, 2020
Dennis Sizemore On His Conservation Work In The Makgadikgadi – By Scott Ramsay
Scott Ramsay sat down with Dennis Sizemore of Round River, to find our more about his work with us in the Makgadikgadi.
For 40 years, Dennis Sizemore of the American conservation organisation Round River has worked as a researcher, manager and fundraiser, in regions as diverse as Utah and Montana, as well as the Yukon and British Columbia in Canada, and»
April 15, 2020
Through The Lens Of Lekkerwater
Through The Lens Of Lekkerwater: using camera traps at Lekkerwater Beach Lodge as a means of protecting the camera-shy leopard.
Covid-19 has had far reaching global impacts. In the countries where Natural Selection operates – these impacts, combined with the self-isolation measures, have created short-term challenges for some of the projects that we support.»