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Canoeing on the Lower Zambezi River - Mana Pools, Zimbabwe

Links to African environmental and wildlife conservation web sites

African Conservation Foundation
A conservation project seeking to unite all African conservation groups together in one place on the internet. They also offer free websites and web promotion to conservation groups who don't already have a website and who would benefit from the exposure.

African Wildlife Foundation
The African Wildlife Foundation has been working with the people of Africa to protect their invaluable natural resources since 1961. Most of AWF's staff is based in Africa, where they work at the grass roots with park managers and communities to safeguard wildlife and wilderness areas. They also keep the big picture in mind and help African nations design long-term strategies for conserving their magnificent natural treasures for all the world to enjoy.

Cheetah Spot
Informative web site about the cheetah. Contains many wonderful images and sound clips as well.

Dian Fossey Gorilla Help site
The plight of the endangered Mountain Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla berengei) continues to hang in the balance.The Dian Fossey Gorilla Friend helps to ensure that these magnificent animals are protected.

Okavango Wildlife Society
The Okavango Wildlife Society (OWLS), founded in 1964, was originally concerned only with conservation of the Okavango Delta in the north of what is now the Republic of Botswana. Since then the Society's concern has widened to the entire Kalahari Desert including the Delta and the famous Chobe National Park.

Olsen and Associates Currency Converter
The most up to date and comprehensive currency converter that we have come across.

Open Africa
Focusing on Africa and its unique characteristics, the Open Africa initiative promotes tourism which is specific and appropriate to the continent of Africa and its people. Based on Africa's strengths, Open Africa seeks to reaffirm the Africa's pride in these assets and to use them as the basis for a restorative, sustainable and profitable tourism sector, with community participation and conservation as its cornerstones.

Save The Rhino
Save the Rhino International has evolved into the leading non-profit rhino organization in the UK, if not Europe. Their aim is to ensure the survival of the rhinoceros species in the wild. Working in close consultation with rhino conservationists in Africa and Asia Save the Rhino bridges the gap between experts in the field desperately in need of funds and people who are able to help.

The Tusk Trust
This trust aims to help conserve African wildlife, whatever the species, and actively promotes positive educational and community wildlife programs in Africa.

Travel Africa Magazine
Published quartlerly Travel Africa Magazine brings the African continent alive. You can explore Africa's top attractions and discover some of its hidden secrets, meet its wildlife and its people, and learn about its history. Travel Africa is also filled with practical information to help you plan your own African adventure!

Wildlife Photography
A site dedicate to African wildlife photography.

Wildlife and Envirornment Zimbabwe
Wildlife and Environment Zimbabwe aims to encourage all Zimbabweans, especially the young, to take an active interest in their wildlife heritage through conservation oriented educational and research projects, co-operation with Government, local authorities and other local and overseas organizations as well as operating a Wildlife Emergency Fund for times of national emergency.

Wildlife Travel Website
This website provides information, articles and "traveller’s tales" for fellow wildlife enthusiasts and for those who wish to travel and see wildlife. 

Zambezi Society
The Zambezi Society is the only conservation group focusing its efforts solely on the Zambezi river and its basin. The Society is a regional, non-governmental, membership based organization with its headquarters in Harare, Zimbabwe. The Society's mission is to promote the conservation and environmentally sound use of the Zambezi basin for the benefit of its biological and human communities.

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