Lilongwe Wildlife Trust (LWT), responsible for running Malawi’s only wildlife rehabilitation centre and a key campaigner in Malawi’s fight against wildlife crime, have shared news on all the projects they’ve been involved over the past few months and we’ve chosen some of our favourite stories below.
Lilongwe Wildlife Trust are running a limited series of research expeditions in August, September and October and have just added new dates! During the eight-day trip, you’ll spend time observing vultures to support their research on these endangered birds. You’ll also learn telemetry and GPS techniques to track herds of zebra and roan antelope – all while exploring Nyika’s unique landscape. Join the team with last minute availability from 12-19 September and 17-24 October 2022. If you’re interested, click here to learn more.
Have you seen a tagged vulture on your travels in Malawi? The Lilongwe Wildlife Trust Conserving Malawi’s Vultures project relies significantly on community science – and the dry season is one of the best times of year to spot vultures in Malawi’s national parks and wildlife reserves. Since deploying the first wing tags in 2020, the team received more than fifty reports – vultures tagged in Malawi have been seen across eight different protected areas in four different countries!
The fastest-growing social network is more than just viral dance videos. Find the team on TikTok @lilongwewildlife to connect with their work through short videos – visit the animal care team at Lilongwe Wildlife Centre, ride along on emergency vet operations or catch the latest discoveries from the research teams around Malawi.
For more details on these stories, and to find out more on other projects, take a look at Lilongwe Wildlife Trust’s news & blogs page on their website here.
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