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Wildlife Water //Huab Conservancy

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Overview

The wildlife populations in the //Huab Conservancy, including rhino, live in a hyper-arid environment, where natural spring surface water is extremely limited and rivers are erratic and ephemeral. In 2019 the wildlife of the area has been under threat from a particularly serious drought - a phenomenon that climate change may well exacerbate. The Conservation Travel Foundation, after discussion with conservation ecologists familiar with wildlife management in desert areas, has sunk two boreholes that produce water fit for wildlife consumption. Two permanent wildlife watering points using solar pumps and storage facilities have been developed, ensuring, to the extent that it can be, that water is always available for wildlife in the area.


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