Flying For Wildlife

Flying For Wildlife We are a non-commercial trust dedicated to using our flying to help protect Zimbabwe's wildlife and biodiversity.
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What a privilege it is to be able to gaze on sights that literally take your breath away.
09/07/2020

What a privilege it is to be able to gaze on sights that literally take your breath away.

Gold panning....another challenge our wildlife face....the odds are against us.#savetheplanet #savetheelephants #matusad...
01/07/2020

Gold panning....another challenge our wildlife face....the odds are against us.
#savetheplanet #savetheelephants #matusadona #matusadonanationalpark #zambezielephantfund #africanparksnetwork #ffw #kariba #africanbushcamps

Another FFW successful mission undertaken in Matusadona Kariba by our amazing volunteer pilots...We would not be able to...
29/06/2020

Another FFW successful mission undertaken in Matusadona Kariba by our amazing volunteer pilots...We would not be able to do these missions without help from Padenga Holdings...

22/06/2020

Come fly with us and patrol Chikwenya island in the Zambezi

So nice to see  how our efforts are really helping with Antipoaching . Team effort is definitely what is required to hel...
19/06/2020

So nice to see how our efforts are really helping with Antipoaching . Team effort is definitely what is required to help conserve our wildlife!

Aerial 'recces' are a vital tool in any anti-poaching operations. Regular flights not only act as a deterrent, but useful information is gained which saves many hours (and even days) patrolling on the ground. Here we see an example of where an old, previously unknown, elephant carcass is detected from the air. Its position is plotted, and a ground team follows up to carry out a 'crime scene investigation'. A metal detector is used to extract ballistics evidence. This is just part of some of the behind the scenes work carried out by BHAPU, day in and day out. Flying For Wildlife

Matusadona anti poaching
12/06/2020

Matusadona anti poaching

12/06/2020

#antipoaching #kariba #saveelephants

Land marks along the way
05/06/2020

Land marks along the way

Pangolin need our help now more than ever
04/06/2020

Pangolin need our help now more than ever

04/06/2020

Releasing another rescued pangolin back into the wild. #free #secondchance #pangolins #flyingforthem #tikkihywoodfoundation

Where we tie down
03/06/2020

Where we tie down

28/05/2020
Anti poaching...FFW

Low level over the lower Zambezi.......regular river patrols are need to monitor fish poaching.

River patrol
28/05/2020

River patrol

The mighty sensitive Zambezi
27/05/2020

The mighty sensitive Zambezi

What’s left behind. #leaveithowyoufoundit
26/05/2020

What’s left behind. #leaveithowyoufoundit

Photos from Flying For Wildlife's post
25/05/2020

Photos from Flying For Wildlife's post

Zambezi valley bush
25/05/2020

Zambezi valley bush

24/05/2020

Anti poaching

Early morning preflight before Zambezi valley flying patrol #antipoaching #zambezielephantfund #savetheelephants #backco...
22/05/2020

Early morning preflight before Zambezi valley flying patrol

#antipoaching #zambezielephantfund #savetheelephants #backcountryflying #manapools #chikwenya #wildernesssafaris

14/05/2020

Over 50 hours flown over the Zambezi valley in the last 3 weeks....thankyou To all our volunteer pilots who continue to risk it all to save our wildlife...

Photos from Flying For Wildlife's post
14/05/2020

Photos from Flying For Wildlife's post

Rhino ops
17/04/2020

Rhino ops

03/04/2020

FFW Repositioning Tashinga to Bumi

20/03/2020

River patrol...#antipoaching #zambezielephantfund #africanparksnetwok #bhapu #kariba

17/03/2020
Zambezi Elephant Fund

Great video clip by one of our partners in conservation- James Egremont-Lee of #ZambeziElephantFund

Tourism revenues are highly important contributors to the work of NGOs – and Zambezi Elephant Fund’s efforts in the Zambezi Valley of Zimbabwe rely heavily on the tireless on-the-ground work of various tourism stakeholders. Now, the effect of COVID-19 on travel is threatening the very existence of our partners in conservation. ZEF also joins many other global voices in calling for a change in wildlife consumption behaviours, with zero tolerance for exotic wildlife foods and fake medicines and a permanent ban on illegal wildlife trafficking. COVID-19 has possibly triggered an urgency in ensuring that these actions are taken more seriously than ever before and ZEF is totally in support of this and will continue to do what we can to maintain operations on the ground. James Egremont-Lee explains more…

17/03/2020

Kariba shoreline #antipoaching #zambezielephantfund #kariba

FFW new machine hard at work already ....#antipoaching #zambezielephantfund #africanparksnetwok
11/03/2020

FFW new machine hard at work already ....#antipoaching #zambezielephantfund #africanparksnetwok

11/03/2020

#antipoaching #antipoaching #zambezielephantfund #africanparksnetwork

17/02/2020
Zambezi Elephant Fund

Flying For Wildlife is very proud to be a partner and beneficiary of #ZambeziElephantFund. We all work together to conserve and protect our wildlife for generations to come. We would like to congratulate #ZEF on the excellent work that they are doing!

Introducing the Zambezi Elephant Fund Vlog…
We have a busy, ambition-filled year ahead and would like to share some of the most exciting plans with you – either direct from our conservation hub in Harare or from the field.

In this, the first of many dispatches, you’ll meet James Egremont-Lee, ZEF’s Executive Director, who gives an outline for the year ahead. Future vlog posts will focus on specific plans and highlights.

Remember to watch to the end, where you will meet Fenton, ZEF’s beautiful beagle mascot!

Subscribe now, so you don’t miss a thing. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv9XNIPITMbt-otiIYAXt8A?view_as=subscriber?sub_confirmation=1

THANK YOU!On behalf of #FlyingForWildlife we would like to say a very big thank you to Track- iT who yesterday purchased...
30/01/2020

THANK YOU!

On behalf of #FlyingForWildlife we would like to say a very big thank you to
Track- iT who yesterday purchased a Land Rover for FFW to borrow and use for ground ops.
This will be of great help to us and will be based out at one of our forward bases like the jeep we have in #ManaPools

Matusadona Kariba
08/01/2020

Matusadona Kariba

03/12/2019

Flyingforwildlife Zambezi river patrol #backcountryflying #antipoaching #savetheelephants #zambeziriver #manapools #africa

17/11/2019
Zambezi Elephant Fund

We stand up for Elephants

@richardbranson Standing and speaking out for those who can’t along the Zambezi Valley. We need everyone to do the same! Take a video standing up saying ‘I, (name) stand up for elephants’, then nominate 5 friends and post it on your feed or story! #standupforelephants
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#zambezielephantfund #protectourwildlife #stoppoaching #zambeziwildlife #conservezambezi #protectwildlife #standupforelephants #wildiswonderful #elephantconservation #conservationthroughtourism #commitedtoconservation #zimbabwe #africa #wildlifephotography #conservationphotography #conservation #wildlife #zambezi #antipoaching #parkrun
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@parkrunSA @parkrunUSA @savingthelephantsrun

11/11/2019

Take off - dawn patrol - Mana Pools

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Inspirational and ,moving - "Wendy’s father is a retired pilot, while her husband flies for American Airlines. Their other daughter, Kate, is also a pilot."
Please support the Zambezi Elephant Fund - doing great work supporting entities like #FlyingForWildlife , #ZamSoc, #MAPP, #TashingaInitiative, #KaribaAnimalWelfareFund etc...