Nyika and Lukusuzi are in the east of Zambia. They are part of the Zambia-Malawi Transfrontier Conservation Area being guided by Peace Parks Foundation. Up until recently the wildlife rangers had no vehicle to help with patrols in Lukusuzi but in June Peace Park presented them with a Toyota Land Cruiser.
From the Peace Parks website (August 2017):
Malawi’s Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining through the Department of National Parks and Wildlife, supported by South African-based NGO, Peace Parks Foundation, this month translocated 34 elephants from Liwonde National Park to the plateau of Nyika National Park.
As the last elephants disappeared into the thick bush of their new home to reunite with the rest of their family unit, game capture and veterinarian teams exchange glances of relief – grateful that their skill and dedication had been able to keep these African giants safe during the 700km journey from Liwonde to Nyika.
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