#projectdragonfly

#projectdragonfly

Combating erosion at the Waterberg Wilderness valley and dragonflies as indicators for a healthy freshwater ecosystem. If dragonflies are absent from a water body, the potential issues may be water contamination due to pesticides, excessive nutrients from agriculture...
Rhinos poached on Ghaub

Rhinos poached on Ghaub

In mid-May, poachers trespassed the Ghaub nature reserve and killed a rhino cow. The horns were hacked off and stolen … In the early afternoon of May 16, a group of rhinos was grazing in an open area of the savannah – two cows with their two 13-month-old...
New equipment for game guards

New equipment for game guards

Experiencing rhinos in the wild – up close. At Ghaub Nature Reserve in the Otavi Mountains or at Waterberg Wilderness in Namibia’s central north. Nature conservation is expensive. A total of 24 guards are responsible for the protection of the diverse fauna at...
Rain makes the rivers raging

Rain makes the rivers raging

Not Corona, but rather the sensational rain was the dominant theme in Namibia in the first few weeks of 2021. Video clips of rushing riviere (dry rivers) were circulating on WhatsApp. At one of ONE’s partner lodges, a river turned the last few meters of the...
Preserving Africa piece by piece

Preserving Africa piece by piece

A world, where humans don’t live off, but with nature. This is probably almost everyone’s wish here on earth. Many march in protest, some donate. But does it help? Especially now, during the Corona crisis? From today onwards, everyone can actively help to make this...
Rhinos and lodges under ONE umbrella

Rhinos and lodges under ONE umbrella

Life is now breathed into ONE Namibia. After its formal foundation, the company has received its assets. The wildlife stock of two nature reserves and the three hospitality resorts of the Rust family trust are now permanent assets of ONE. Only one last step left...