Moz Parks

Moz Parks is a hands-on, boots on the ground organization supporting the private investors of Mozambique in their efforts to conserve the wildlife, protect the areas and engage with local communities.

Rhino Cry

Read our story.  Meet our team and our partners.  Learn more about Mozambique.

SGP Cruiser
SGP Cruiser

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Scout Salute
Scout Salute

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Tears of Blood
Tears of Blood

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SGP Cruiser

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Community Leaders
Community Leaders

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A Small House
A Small House

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Communities
Communities

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Community Leaders

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Young Elephant
Young Elephant

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Rhinos
Rhinos

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White Rhinos
White Rhinos

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Young Elephant

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Sundowners
Sundowners

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Fireplace
Fireplace

Fireplace

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White Rhinoceros With Puppy, South Africa
White Rhinoceros With Puppy, South Africa

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Sundowners

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Our Work
 
News, Events and Media
 

Custodians of Wilderness: The Sabie Game Park, Mozambique.

January 25, 2018

The Western world has always tried to impose on Africa its principles of natural resource management. Using the sensationalist Western media, cuddly cartoon characters and social media, public opinion is systematically manipulated.

December 2017 - January 2018 Monthly Report

January 08, 2018

Read about exciting news, current events and things to come in the December - January monthly report.

October - November 2017 Monthly Report

November 28, 2017

Read about exciting news, current events and things to come in the October - November monthly report.

"Lucky": A Survival Story.

November 15, 2017

A victim of a terrible poaching incident, this white rhinoceros female was immobilized and successfully treated  in Mozambique but somehow managed to survive.

September 2017 Monthly Report

October 08, 2017

Read about exciting news, current events and things to come in the September monthly report.

Moz Parks Foundation Video

September 20, 2017

A must-watch video detailing the operations of the foundation and the positive impacts it has on the wildlife and local communities.

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Mailing Address: 30973 Vickie ln,

Magnolia, TX 77354

For queries call: 4048447833

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