We are the Bush Defenders !

Protecting Africa's wildlife and park rangers

Wildlife Angel is a French-Burkinabé Non Profit Organization specialised in organizing natural and wildlife parks protection, especially in Africa.

Founded in 2015 by Sergio Lopez, a former french special force soldier, expert in personal protection and tourist guide in Africa for many years, Wildlife Angel is dedicated to protect both wildlife and park rangers facing increasing threats.

Protect wildlife

This is the first objective of our actions. We implement operational solutions to ensure the sustainability of the fauna and save Africa's endangered species.

Protect the rangers

Animal protection requires defending people who are charged daily to care for wildlife. We train the Rangers  to make them more effective against the many threats.

Fight against threats

Our mission is to understand the criminal mechanics that develops poaching and to participate with the various authorities in her disappearance.

Communication
Ongoing Operations
  • PARROW
    OPERATION RHINOS

    Rhino protection

  • PHARAMBEE
    OPERATION CATS

    Building a Team

Latest Posts
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What Model for Wildlife Conservation in Africa: private reserve, conservancy, national park?

Wildlife conservation through the creation of national parks and reserves is a necessity to protect natural habitats from human activities. In 1872, Yellowstone was the first national park, many others followed since. Nowadays, several management models exist for conservation in Africa with heterogenic results. Numerous threats pressure natural habitats: poachers, conflicts with farmers and economic […]

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[Infographic] Africa’s Wildlife in Danger

Africa’s extraordinary wildlife is declining at an alarming rate. We are losing the war against nature depletion. With this infographic, we wanted to remind you how bad the situation is for most of the large mammals in Africa. Mainstream medias focus on elephants and rhinoceros while the situation with other species is even worse. Bonobos, […]