Biodiversity News

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Wildlife Photo Contest

Each year, ANAC launches a national photography contest with the Wildlife theme. Anyone with Mozambican nationality, or who resides in the country, may participate. The jury, normally comprised of photographers and personalities connected to environment protection, may decide to grant, besides the First and Second Places, an Honourable Mention, in case one of the works justifies so.

Available Resettlement Policy Framework

The resettlement policy framework prepared for the Biodiversity and Development of Conservation Areas Project in Mozambique - Phase 2 (Mozbio2) is now available.


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Conservation Areas received 3,108 animals in 2017

The Conservation Areas National Administration (ANAC) completed this October the largest translocation of wildlife ever in a year, introducing 3,108 wild animals to the Maputo Special Reserve (REM) and Zinave National Park (PNZ), which corresponds to 66% of the estimated 4,712 animals.


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Maputo Special Reserve receives more than 1,500 animals

Since 17th of July a total of 1524 animals of different species have been relocated to Maputo Special Reserve (REM), namely 450 impalas, 281 zebras, 131 gnus (wildebeests), 50 kudos, 251 nyalas and 361 waterbucks.


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A group of 10 individuals of Tanzanian nationality working in mining will be, within days, deported to their country of origin after being convicted by the District of Mecula Judicial Court, Province of Niassa, accused of committing crimes of exploration and exploitation of mining resources within the Niassa National Reserve.

A group of 10 individuals of Tanzanian nationality working in mining will be, within days, deported to their country of origin after being convicted by the District of Mecula Judicial Court, Province of Niassa, accused of committing crimes of exploration and exploitation of mining resources within the Niassa National Reserve.


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Brazil seeks investment opportunities in Mozambican tourism

The National Conservation Areas Administration (ANAC) received, last Friday, June 2nd, in their offices in Maputo, a delegation from the Federative Republic of Brazil that, since May 30th, is in Maputo for a 6-day visit to the country.


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Six years celebrating wildlife

The National Conservation Areas Administration (ANAC) managed, in the past year, to make around 87 million meticals from revenue from touristic activities in the conservation areas. The numbers represent an increase of about 7%, in comparison with 2015.


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