Selous – Niassa Wildlife Protection Corridor

 

Overview
The Selous – Niassa Miombo woodland ecosystem as a whole is the largest trans-boundary natural dry forest ecosystem in Africa covering 150,000 km2 and extends across southern Tanzania into neighbouring Mozambique. The core conservation areas for its continued existence are: the Selous Game Reserve (47.000 km2) of Tanzania, UNESCO World Heritage-Site; and the Niassa Game Reserve (42.400 km2) of Mozambique. The Selous – Niassa Wildlife Corridor provides a significant biological link between the two reserves and consequently for the Miombo woodland ecosystem, thus conserving one of the largest elephant ranges in the world containing alsoapproximately 13% of the world’s remaining wild dog population.

Location
Tanzania

Contact
Email: panspach@gauff.com
Website: www.selous-niassa-corridor.org