Monthly Archives: January 2012

Mikumi road

In early January, when driving through Mikumi National Park along the Dar to Mbeya Highway, we saw two elephant cow-calf groups crossing the road mid-morning. Traffic was busy as usual and we had to wave at the lorry behind us to slow down and stop instead of pass us when we saw that the elephants were […]

New website about Tanzanian wildlife corridors

UEP have been collaborating in creating a brand new website documenting the remaining wildlife corridors of Tanzania – as far as we know, the first of its kind in the world. Included are several important elephant corridors, which continue to be one of our priorities for conservation in southern Tanzania. As we have blogged about […]

Follow us on Facebook too!

Welcome to our new project facebook page … long overdue! Sometimes we are on a poor internet connection in Udzungwa, and unable to do long blogs – so this will enable us to keep you updated more regularly… We will still be blogging in more detail right here, though, on Wildlife Direct. Thanks for your […]

Onwards and Upwards: New Year MIKE Workshop

Hi all, and Happy New Year; we hope you’ve had a relaxing break. After a showing of BBC’s Frozen Planet and some dancing on Saturday night, we have been straight back into it, facilitating a training workshop yesterday for the 30+ rangers of the Udzungwa Mountains National Park who were around for the new year.  […]