An average of 2.5 trillion gallons of water flow through the Okavango watershed every year, providing water to a million people and creating a haven for wildlife.
The health of this crucially important source of water for wildlife and people is dependent on a system of source lakes and rivers that originate in Angola — waters that currently have no official protections.
- Dr Steve Boyes
Elephants to termites, predators to prey; every living thing has it’s place in the Delta’s ecosystem—their survival depends on protecting biodiversity within a much wider landscape.
Our work to explore and protect the amazing biodiversity of the Okavango River Basin is vital to the health of the region. Your support not only helps preserve this important ecosystem, but it also funds the critical work of all of our explorers fighting to save threatened species, protect fragile habitats, and understand the world around us through rigorous research, independent science, and conservation. Learn more about our conservation projects that contribute towards saving the Okavango Delta.
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