Conservation Across Borders
Robin Naidoo, Senior Conservation Scientist and Lead Wildlife Scientist October, 2020
In August 2011, Namibia, Angola, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe signed a treaty to reach across their borders and create the world’s largest conservation area, the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area, known as KAZA. The massive, contiguous landscape links together more than 20 national parks, numerous reserves and protected areas, and popular tourist destinations like Victoria Falls, the Okavango Delta, and Bwabwata National Park. Join us to hear from WWF’s Senior Conservation Scientist and Lead Wildlife Scientist Dr. Robin Naidoo about his research on the migratory patterns of wildlife in the area and how the work he is doing on the ground is helping to realize the ambitious vision of KAZA: five countries joining together to protect wildlife, promote tourism, and support the socioeconomic well-being of local communities.