These extraordinary volunteers and professionals that include conservationists, outdoor enthusiasts and wildlife specialists make it possible for Conservation Mag to make a difference by driving environmental change.
Amy is an aspiring conservationist. She has completed FGASA Nature Enthusiast course and is studying nature conservation through Wildlife Campus.
Feared by most, sharks, the monsters of the ocean, face an uncertain future due to global overﬁshing. Of the 1000+ known shark and ray species globally, nearly one-quarter are classiﬁed as threatened with extinction. South Africa, with one of the...
The world’s least explored and most vulnerable ecosystem—the ocean—is under threat, with more than 80% of marine pollution coming from land-based activities. Once seen as too remote to harm, the deep sea is facing pressures from mining, polluti...
A conversation on wildlife conservation and travel
Welcome to Conservation Mag where we celebrate nature through ecotourism and wildlife travel while we look for ways to preserve our heritage by supporting nature conservation. Starting conversations about the positive action people like you and I are taking to make a change, we discover and discuss strategies that result in the expansion of natural areas.