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June 1, 2023

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Categories: Blog, Stories

Dear readers,

We are really happy to introduce you to the 31st issue of Sandscript, the bi-annual publication of Sahara Conservation!

This issue is celebrating the amazing diversity of birds, large and small, that inhabit the Sahel and Sahara or pass through on their annual migrations. read more

January 10, 2023

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Categories: Blog, Stories

Every 14 countries involved in the Egyptian Vulture New LIFE project will have had a different experience. Although working towards the same goal of strengthening the Eastern European population of Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus) by implementing urgent conservation measures to eliminate the main threats, each partner had to adapt to the local context, especially to the needs and threats to be addressed. read more

December 21, 2022

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Categories: Blog, Stories

As 2022 draws to a close, we wanted to thank you for your continued support throughout the year. The past 12 months have seen many great accomplishments, all of which you have made possible. read more

December 21, 2022

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Categories: Blog, Stories

Sahara Conservation is sad to share the news of Dr Mark Stanley Price’s passing last week, one of our board members, our dear friend and a giant in the conservation arena. read more

November 28, 2022

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Categories: Stories

Read here the last article of Sandscript 30th issue

The Ouadi Rimé-Ouadi Achim Game Reserve in Chad is the only place in the world where three species of highly endangered antelope – dama gazelle, scimitar-horned oryx, and addax – can all be found together. When the seasonal rains fall – about July to September of each year – pastoralist families and their livestock also enter the reserve. For six months or more, each year, hundreds of thousands of goats, sheep, cows, and camels, three endangered antelope (and other reserve wildlife), and human families must all share space and resources. read more