“Major challenges like biodiversity conservation outside of National parks have to be taken up by the current generations; especially the fight against loss of habitat and poaching…
Field equipment was delivered to the lion ranger Rodney based in Tomakas, a high Human/Lion conflict area.
Rodney had proven how important are the lion rangers and Continue reading “LION RANGER RODNEY EQUIPPED!”
TOSCO has provided 3 boards on behalf of the namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism (M.E.T) to prevent tourists from damaging the dead trees in Sossuvlei and Deadvlei in the Namib Naukluft National Park.
Thanks to the ranger Florence Karita based in Sesriem for the collaboration. Continue reading “BOARDS FOR THE NAMIB NAUKLUFT NP”
Simson Uri-Khob from Save the Rhino Trust (SRT) receiving the 3 solar panels (100W each) to provide energy at their basecamp in Kunene region. Continue reading “SOLAR PANELS SPONSORED TO S.R.T.”
From : Bertus Tjipombo PUROS LION RANGER
Subject: lion report
Dear TOSCO team, hope you are well, the five male lions causing lots of problems at Tomakas between April and May 2016, where they killed 3 donkeys and 2 cows. Me with the help of Dr Flip Stander plus MET Opuwo Continue reading “LION RANGER REPORT MAY 2016”
ACTIVITY REPORT 2015 IS OUT! (here)
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Bertus is a lion ranger in Puros – his task is to monitor the lions in the area, serve as an ambassador for the lions in the community and to try to deter the lions when needed. He and his colleague look after other species like giraffe or elephants.
As TOSCO provides funding towards the lion ranger programme in Puros, we receive regular updates from them. Here is the latest one, with the happy news that the lions in the area did not cause trouble and that (some) desert elephants are back in Puros. Continue reading “Puros Lion Ranger Report”
TOSCO Trust has this week released its yearly activity report: In its three years of existence TOSCO Trust has contributed 514 773 N$ to conservation, almost 250 000 N$ thereof in 2014/2015. 97% of TOSCO Trust’s income is dedicated to conservation, only ca 3% is needed for administration as the trust is managed by volunteers.