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REFLECTIONS ON 2020: A YEAR OF TURMOIL AND TENACITY FOR THE LILONGWE WILDLIFE CENTRE

REFLECTIONS ON 2020: A YEAR OF TURMOIL AND TENACITY FOR THE LILONGWE WILDLIFE CENTRE

 By Dr. Amanda Salb, Head Veterinarian  The year 2020 was a year like no other, as the COVID-19 pandemic tested
LWT & PARTNERS LAUNCH ‘CONSERVING MALAWI’S VULTURES’ RESEARCH PROJECT

LWT & PARTNERS LAUNCH ‘CONSERVING MALAWI’S VULTURES’ RESEARCH PROJECT

Vultures are critical to healthy ecosystems. And yet across the world vulture populations are in rapid decline. That’s why we’ve
FROM ELEPHANTS TO CATS TO BUTTERFLIES: BIOSPHERE EXPEDITION REPORT

FROM ELEPHANTS TO CATS TO BUTTERFLIES: BIOSPHERE EXPEDITION REPORT

New report reveals that citizen science boosts biodiversity research projects in Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve. In 2018 and 2019, citizen
LWT’S RESEARCH MANAGER OLIVIA SIEVERT INTRODUCES OUR NEW WILDLIFE MONITORING PLACEMENTS

LWT’S RESEARCH MANAGER OLIVIA SIEVERT INTRODUCES OUR NEW WILDLIFE MONITORING PLACEMENTS

Wildlife research and monitoring is a critical part of our mission to save wildlife, campaign for conservation justice and inspire
ELEPHANT COLLARING: A VET’S EYE VIEW

ELEPHANT COLLARING: A VET’S EYE VIEW

Our Wildlife Emergency Response Unit (WERU) recently helped to collar a number of elephants in Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde
MALAWIAN AUTHORITIES MAKE PUBLIC COMMITMENT TO FIGHT WILDLIFE & FOREST CRIME

MALAWIAN AUTHORITIES MAKE PUBLIC COMMITMENT TO FIGHT WILDLIFE & FOREST CRIME

On Wednesday 30th September the Malawi Police Service and the Department of National Parks and Wildlife held a joint press
AUSSIE VET HAYLEY ON DOING A LWT EXTERNSHIP

AUSSIE VET HAYLEY ON DOING A LWT EXTERNSHIP

Before COVID19 hit the world, we had lots of volunteers at our wildlife centre. Though they’ve all been gone since
FROM SCHOOLS TO PRISONS: EXPANDING OUR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME

FROM SCHOOLS TO PRISONS: EXPANDING OUR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME

Last year Lilongwe Wildlife Trust took its environmental education programme out of school classrooms and into a prison. Inmates at
LILONGWE WILDLIFE CENTRE RECOGNISED FOR GLOBAL STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE

LILONGWE WILDLIFE CENTRE RECOGNISED FOR GLOBAL STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE

The Lilongwe Wildlife Centre (LWC), Malawi’s only wildlife sanctuary, has been re-accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS).
PRETZEL’S STORY: WHY WILD ANIMALS BELONG IN THE WILD

PRETZEL’S STORY: WHY WILD ANIMALS BELONG IN THE WILD

Rescued baboon Pretzel is finding friendship and freedom after being kept chained in captivity. Rescuing wild animals from the illegal