The relationship we maintain with local villages is a key driver for success at Luwire Wildlife Conservancy. Although it can fluctuate due to circumstances such as seasonal flooding (late December until March), [...]
Luwire Wildlife Conservancy is focused on countering wildlife crime in order to safeguard the free-roaming wildlife in the Niassa Reserve and our Block L7 concession in particular. With an area of 4,450 [...]
Soils and climate in Niassa Reserve are not well suited for agriculture. Further to this subsistence crops are particularly vulnerable to crop-raiding by elephant, hippo, buffalo and bush pig. These animals, which [...]
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