We stumbled upon Asha once again, who had chosen a remarkably similar hangout spot to our last sighting, joined by her beloved daughter Fria (attached updated pic of Fria as well), as well as her cherished companions Sunburst and Dorothy. The herd indulged in their preferred delicacy, the “Mustard Bush,” within the picturesque landscape of Skeleton Coast National Park, before gracefully transitioning to the open plains where we managed to capture some excellent identification photos. Asha’s inclination for routine and familiar friends is evident, and we can’t blame her for cherishing such a beautiful part of the world!
About Giraffe Conservation Foundation
Every donation supports our work with local and international partners, affecting over 100 million acres of giraffe habitat.
The Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF) is the only NGO in the world that concentrates solely on the conservation and management of giraffe in the wild throughout Africa. We are dedicated to securing a future for all giraffe populations in the wild.
Our conservation story started in Namibia, where we have studied several giraffe populations for over two decades now. Our findings have directly impacted the global understanding of giraffe and how best to save them. It was the GCF team that first realized that there are four different species of giraffe (and not only one as previously thought). Our pioneering work in Africa also led to global recognition of giraffe’s silent extinction on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
However, our work is not done—there is still so much to learn. It is only through better understanding that we can develop targeted, sustainable conservation strategies with the local people who share their space with wildlife to secure the long-term future of giraffe in Africa.
We envision a world where all giraffe can live wild and free within their historical ranges or habitats throughout Africa and are protected by the people around them.
Join us on our journey and help save giraffe today, before it’s too late tomorrow.