News

Costal Lions

Tuesday 19 February 2019

The return of lions to the Skeleton Coast and their utilisation of marine food resources is a significant development for the area. Results of the ongoing research and monitoring of the coastal lions were published in the Namibian Journal of Environment and Travel Africa. ...read more...

New fittings of Early-warning collars

Monday 15 October 2018

After fitting three EW collars and a satellite collar to key lions in the Ugab /Huab area, attention was turned to the northern areas of human-lion conflict. A substantial amount of time was spent in the difficult mountainous terrain of the upper Obab, Barab, Aub, Hunkap, Mudorib and Obeb Rivers. Breakthroughs were made when important lions from the areas around Onjoka, Orowau, Elephant Song, Ganamub and Mbakondja were captured and fitted with EW collars. ...read more...

Early-warning and monitoring systems

Friday 14 September 2018

Two adult male lions from the Orowau and Hunkap Prides were located and fitted with Early-warning collars. Four adult lionesses were also immobilised and fitted with the new collarsSince May 2018 a total of 17 new collars have fitted to lions: 4 satellite collars and 13 Early-warning collars. ...read more...

Human-Lion Conflict Management – Ugab River

Tuesday 28 August 2018

During the past month the Desert Lion Project invested a lot of time, resources and energy by collaborating with the Ministry of Environment & Tourism in addressing the human-lion conflict problem in the White Lady / Brandberg area of the Ugab River. ...read more...

Human-lion Conflict Management == == Scenery

Wednesday 1 August 2018

The Ugab male, Xpl-110 who was translocated to the mouth of the Ugab River, has returned to the White Lady Lodge. == == Large areas of spectacular landscapes were covered in search of lions. The area between the Hoanib and Ugab Rivers was particularly beautiful. ...read more...