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The Top 10 Most Endangered Mammals in Africa: Conservation needs your help!!!

The Top 10 Most Endangered Mammals in Africa. At Blue Lizard Adventures we are dedicated to raising awareness and funding for wildlife and environmental conservation. We do this through volunteer and eco-touring and via fund raising events and donations. Please visit our website for more details: www.bluelizardadventures.com Also Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/bluelizardadventures  Addax Scientific Name: […]

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Reserve Management and Endangered Species Research Volunteer Project South Africa

Volunteer Trip Report from our Reserve Management and Endangered Species Research Volunteer Project South Africa with Blue Lizard Adventures: Rhino at sunset – South Africa http://www.bluelizardadventures.com/volunteer/south_africa/reserve-management-and-endangered-species-research.html I visited the volunteer project as part of a module for my final year of university study. The reserve is situated approximately 3 hours outside Johannesburg.  Upon arrival I […]

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The Rhino of South Africa – In Pictures

The white rhino (Ceratotherium simum) are one of the largest land mammals following Elephants that are still present on the planet today. They were once found through North America and Europe as well as Asia and Africa and have existed for over 50 million years. Now only five species of rhino exist, three  of which […]

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The Beauty of a Self Drive Experience in Malawi

We all know that going on safari can sometimes not be the cheapest trip to take. Never fear Blue Lizard Adventures has the solution! A self drive experience in Malawi! Just hire a car, book a few nights either at our lodge or at our cultural campsite and enjoy a cheaper but no less spectacular […]

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D-Day: Dehorning Rhino. The Fight Against Poaching

D-Day: The Fight Against Poaching This year in total 404 rhino have been killed in South Africa. At its current rate, poaching effectively means that 1 rhino is killed roughly every 12 hours. Due to the severity of the issue and the alarming rate at which rhinos are disappearing, that an extremely difficult decision was […]

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