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“Akagera Mama” oil on canvas, 30x40 inches. Instagram crops it to square. #artist #oilpainting #wildlife #elephant #Africa #mama #art #artwork #painting #Akagera #DontMessWithMyBaby

The northern plains of Akagera National Park in Rwanda were absolutely spectacular. Groups of giraffes, zebras, warthogs, topi, and other large mammals could be seen in every direction and the abundance of birdlife was equally incredible. I particularly enjoyed seeing a variety of lapwing species, including this Crowned Lapwing who was upset that we had gotten a little too close to his nest. We quickly continued on our way.

🐘 @africanparksnetwork africanparksnetwork Some of the world’s most beloved and iconic species – rhinos, elephants, lions, gorillas – all share something in common. They’re endangered. Even though some of these creatures have been on this planet for millions of years, today, their long-term future is in question, and their survival under threat. African Parks manages 15 parks in nine countries, ensuring that 10.5 million hectares are being managed for conservation. We have the largest anti-poaching team for any one NGO – 1,000 rangers and growing – who are on the frontlines day in and day out providing security and safety for both people and animals alike. And because of them, some truly hopeful things are happening across the continent – especially for rhinos. Just two weeks ago, we brought the endangered black rhino back to @zakouma_national_park in Chad after a 50-year absence – and more will be on their way over the coming months. Last year, we delivered 18 black rhinos to @akagerapark in Rwanda bringing back the species to the country after they had been hunted out in 2007. In 2003, after decades of poaching, we brought rhinos back to Majete in Malawi, helping transform that park to become Malawi’s flagship wildlife destination. And since the rhino’s return to Majete, not one has been lost to poaching in over 15 years. The rhino is often the face of extinction. But with your support, you are helping us change that narrative, turning the rhino from a symbol of loss, to one of hope and survival. Please visit the link in our bio to donate today, where 100% of your donation goes to the parks to help protect endangered species. Photo: @kyledenobrega #africanparks #wildlife #endangeredspeciesday #savetherhino #majete #zakouma #akagera #conservation
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That time we were chased by a bull elephant...

Some of the world’s most beloved and iconic species – rhinos, elephants, lions, gorillas – all share something in common. They’re endangered. Even though some of these creatures have been on this planet for millions of years, today, their long-term future is in question, and their survival under threat. African Parks manages 15 parks in nine countries, ensuring that 10.5 million hectares are being managed for conservation. We have the largest anti-poaching team for any one NGO – 1,000 rangers and growing – who are on the frontlines day in and day out providing security and safety for both people and animals alike. And because of them, some truly hopeful things are happening across the continent – especially for rhinos. Just two weeks ago, we brought the endangered black rhino back to @zakouma_national_park in Chad after a 50-year absence – and more will be on their way over the coming months. Last year, we delivered 18 black rhinos to @akagerapark in Rwanda bringing back the species to the country after they had been hunted out in 2007. In 2003, after decades of poaching, we brought rhinos back to Majete in Malawi, helping transform that park to become Malawi’s flagship wildlife destination. And since the rhino’s return to Majete, not one has been lost to poaching in over 15 years. The rhino is often the face of extinction. But with your support, you are helping us change that narrative, turning the rhino from a symbol of loss, to one of hope and survival. Please visit the link in our bio to donate today, where 100% of your donation goes to the parks to help protect endangered species. Photo: @kyledenobrega #africanparks #wildlife #endangeredspeciesday #savetherhino #majete #zakouma #akagera #conservation #Repost @africanparksnetwork with @insta.save.repost • • •

Some of the world’s most beloved and iconic species – rhinos, elephants, lions, gorillas – all share something in common. They’re endangered. Even though some of these creatures have been on this planet for millions of years, today, their long-term future is in question, and their survival under threat. African Parks manages 15 parks in nine countries, ensuring that 10.5 million hectares are being managed for conservation. We have the largest anti-poaching team for any one NGO – 1,000 rangers and growing – who are on the frontlines day in and day out providing security and safety for both people and animals alike. And because of them, some truly hopeful things are happening across the continent – especially for rhinos. Just two weeks ago, we brought the endangered black rhino back to @zakouma_national_park in Chad after a 50-year absence – and more will be on their way over the coming months. Last year, we delivered 18 black rhinos to @akagerapark in Rwanda bringing back the species to the country after they had been hunted out in 2007. In 2003, after decades of poaching, we brought rhinos back to Majete in Malawi, helping transform that park to become Malawi’s flagship wildlife destination. And since the rhino’s return to Majete, not one has been lost to poaching in over 15 years. The rhino is often the face of extinction. But with your support, you are helping us change that narrative, turning the rhino from a symbol of loss, to one of hope and survival. Please visit the link in our bio to donate today, where 100% of your donation goes to the parks to help protect endangered species. Photo: @kyledenobrega #africanparks #wildlife #endangeredspeciesday #savetherhino #majete #zakouma #akagera #conservation

A huge day yesterday to never forget!
Our car got stuck in the middle of nowhere inside Akagera national park, but we came over triumphant. Just like we were confused trying to get the car off the mud, animals were also confused but they remained friendly and, ONLY THIS TIME, vegetarians! 😀😀😀 What a frightening and yet AMAZING this Safari was!
Good job boys @dturikumwe & @robyoungonfire
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I may or may not have cried when I saw my first zebra 🦓 This baby zebra is so cute. Zebras are one of my favourite animals, and seeing one in person felt so surreal. Rwanda, you continue to impress me with your beauty. #remarkablerwanda

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