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Watch our story on Instagram today to see what it’s like to be on-the-ground at the ‘500 Elephant’ translocation in Majete Wildlife Reserve in Malawi! #AfricanParks #500Elephants #Malawi #Majete #BeMoved #GoodNews
Fun day, including a #safari #pool and #xylophone 🇲🇼❤️☀️ #malawi #africa
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Community development is a vital part of protecting parks and their wildlife. Where people thrive, wildlife thrives. The communities who live on the periphery of Majete have seen numerous positive changes take place since we assumed management of Majete in 2003. In 2016 alone, more than 2,300 children were impacted through educational outreach; 7,100 tree seedlings were planted to provide a sustainable alternative fuel source; and 100 tonnes of honey were harvested through the African Parks bee-keeping programme. By working together with the surrounding communities, we have been able to grow and protect our elephant herd, so much so that we are able to move numerous families to Nkhkotakota to restock and restore the reserve as part of our historic #500elephants translocation. Footage: @aheydlauff #AfricanParks #Conservation #community #majete #Nkhotakota
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Did you know that Majete Wildlife Reserve in Malawi had lost all of its elephants to poaching by 1992? African Parks worked tirelessly to restore the Reserve by moving elephants back to the park in 2006 (some were translocated from Liwonde!) to help repopulate the park. Thanks to our law enforcement and community engagement, the herd has been able to safely grow to over 430 individuals in just 10 years – AND – not one has been lost to poaching over that entire period. This is why today we’re able to move elephants from Majete to help repopulate Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve and create Malawi’s premier elephant reserve, and restore that park like we did with Majete. #GoodNews #Conservation #Elephants #WorthMoreAlive #African Parks #Malawi #500elephants
Putting the Indian in Indiana Jones #instatravel #travelgram #traveller #travel #africa #outofafrica #malawi #mozambique #majete #mkulumadzi #game #greatoutdoors #indianajones #safari #bigfive #safaristyle
Butterfly in Majete National Park, Malawi #majete #majetenationalpark #safari #malawi #visitmalawi #africa #visitafrica #warmheartofafrica #insect #butterfly #menoptra #wings #gayontour
Mkulumadzi river
Photo by @pedromcbride #sunset🌅
How do you move 500 wild African elephants? Carefully and quickly. These elephants are getting moved with their family units to a new park because their numbers have thrived in Majete Game Reserve, Malawi. The process involves a logistical orchestra of specialized vets, dedicated elephants experts, and heavy equipment to tranquilize, load, wake-up and transport the animals as efficiently as possible, with as little stress as possible. The process involves risk but the threat of ivory poaching is far riskier. @africanparksnetwork plans to complete their two-year translocation of 500 elephants in early August, bringing wildlife back to a park that was once decimated by poachers. To learn more, follow @africanparksnetwork #500elephants #elephant #majete #malawi #conservation
First Malawi safari | Last Malawi safari
regram @natgeo Photo @pedromcbride // A last look at a smoke-filled sunset across Majete Game Reserve in Malawi. This wildlife reserve has become a protected island for wildlife in Africa. @africanparksnetwork #majete #500elephants #malawi
regram @natgeo Photo @pedromcbride // A last look at a smoke-filled sunset across Majete Game Reserve in Malawi. This wildlife reserve has become a protected island for wildlife in Africa. @africanparksnetwork #majete #500elephants #malawi
Photo @pedromcbride // A last look at a smoke-filled sunset across Majete Game Reserve in Malawi. This wildlife reserve has become a protected island for wildlife in Africa. @africanparksnetwork #majete #500elephants #malawi