"With our support, the Bushlife Conservancy has been working tirelessly to curb
poaching in Mana Pools National Park and the surrounding Zambezi Valley,
Zimbabwe. Thanks to this hard work, they recently announced that Mana Pools
National Park has been free of any elephant poaching incidents for three years.
Mana Pools National Park and World Heritage Site is one of Africa’s most
renowned game-viewing destinations. It’s here that the floodplain of the Lower
Zambezi River turns into a broad expanse of water after each rainy season
attracting myriad wildlife as the flood recedes.
These 2,500 square kilometers of river frontage, islands, sandbanks and pools,
flanked by forests of mahogany, wild figs, ebonies and baobabs, is one of the
least-developed national parks in Southern Africa.
This is also the last national park in Africa where visitors can still walk
unescorted among big game, encountering painted dogs on the hunt, elephants
standing on their hind feet to access the tastiest leaves, and the occasional
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*** Xanni ***
Chief Scientist, Xanadu
Partner, Glass Wings
Manager, Serious Cybernetics