Exciting news for wildlife documentary fans - Malawi Wildlife Rescue is returning to screens next year! This six-part series about our wildlife rescue and rehabilitation work was first aired in 2020 on Love Nature and Sky Nature channels. The team are busy filming the second season right now - stay tuned for more updates over the coming months. 

In other news, it's been a busy start to the year for our Wildlife Centre, as 'orphan season' has brought in a number of infants, from vervets and baboons to duikers. A huge thank you to everyone who has supported our work so that we can give them a second chance at life in the wild!
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The second season of TV series Malawi Wildlife Rescue will hit screens worldwide in April 2022! Filming is currently underway at both the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre and field sites across the country, with an embedded film crew following our team of wildlife vets and animal care workers. The new season will capture more stories of wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and release at the frontline of conservation.
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"There have been few times I've felt as proud of my team as in the aftermath of the COVID outbreak." Our Head Vet Amanda looks back on a momentous year for the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre and pays tribute to the amazing community of donors, partners and staff that helped us survive the challenges. 
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Max, Tim, Danna, Nikita and Bubba are the five amazing canines that make up Malawi's Wildlife Detection Dog Unit. Together with their handlers they're helping to keep Malawi safe from wildlife crime. For just £40 a year you can adopt the unit and support their efforts to protect endangered wildlife.

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Ready for adventure? Our two-week Malawi Conservation Experience combines work with rescued animals, research in the African bush and relaxing by beautiful Lake Malawi! We only have a few spots left for the 27 April – 11 May 2021 trip. And if those dates don't work for you, our placements programme offers a range of other conservation experiences suitable for everyone.
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Earlier this year China jailed the leaders of its biggest ivory smuggling ring, handing prison terms to 17 people involved in smuggling over 20 tonnes of ivory worth more than $150 million. Read more.

2020 wasn't all bad. National Geographic rounds up 10 ways wildlife benefitedRead more.
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