Rangers at Liwonde have filled an entire room at their headquarters with snares, traps and machetes found inside the reserve. Traditionally, the weapons are destroyed. But at Liwonde they provide important data — the locations where the weapons were found are logged into a park management system called EarthRanger, which allows officials to identify poaching hot spots in the park.

Rangers at Liwonde have filled an entire room at their headquarters with snares, traps and machetes found inside the reserve. Traditionally, the weapons are destroyed. But at Liwonde they provide important data — the locations where the weapons were found are logged into a park management system called EarthRanger, which allows officials to identify poaching hot spots in the park.