Monthly Archives: October 2012

Update From The Field: THE MTANDIKA WILDLIFE CORRIDOR

Our Masters student from the University of Dar es Salaam, Lukinga Thabit, has been busy in the field researching the status and viability of the threatened Mtandika corridor between Udzungwa and Ruaha, an important route for elephants and other wildlife. On a recent break to do some data entry, he posted an update on how […]

Aerial support helping elephant protection efforts in the Udzungwa Mountains

We are in the midst of an elephant poaching crisis, and even in the remotest parts ¬†of the Udzungwa Mountains, elephants are not insulated from the threat that emanates from China and her neighbours. Last month, three elephants were killed up in the mountains, and their tusks hacked off. The anti-poaching and intelligence wardens and […]