Welcome to bush 24
From the middle of the Okavango and beyond this site brings you the latest bush news, photography and conservation issues while also focussing on day to day life in the bush!
True wild areas are paradise in this beautiful world we live in. They need to be protected for species preservation and our enjoyment deep into the future. We can only do this through education. Education will lead to conservation.
This website looks to be a news source, educating readers about the bush and inspiring people about the magnificent wild areas that still exist outside of Africa’s towns and cities.
Blogger – Nic
The black wild dogs of Khwai! And great to see this pup is still alive and doing well! One thing that has always fascinated me is the colour variation of the wild dogs around the Okavango. From the golden dogs in the north west to the black dogs in the east, there is also a [...]
Most talked about as one of the ugly 5 and often ridiculed for their dirty looks, the Marabou Stork is a fascinating species of stork we find in Southern Africa! They are often found pitching up on their own or in small flocks but under the right circumstances you find them in flocks of a [...]
Have you spotted this most elusive cat in the wild? When will the next one be found?! This beautiful coat pattern is found in the African cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) and while once thought to be a seperate species (Acinonyx Rex) it is in fact not even a sub species but rather a varying coat pattern [...]
South Africa's lowveld is looking great after the good summer rains! Image 1: One of many Nyala bulls we saw feeding close to the lodge I have just spent a few days at the incredible Royal Malewane lodge and even with the rain around and very lush conditions we had some lovely game viewing. Map [...]
What an incredible journey it was flying along the major water courses of northern Botswana as the dry season comes to an end! With thunderstorms brewing we took off from Kasane, gaining height and swinging back to the west, but not before managing to glimpse across at where the Chobe River meets the mighty Zambezi. [...]
When you have one of the largest expanses of wilderness left on planet earth, it is of course a major undertaking to conserve it. There are plenty of challenges and there are many negative stories because just like anywhere else on earth, there is pressure from too many people. But sometimes though, there is a [...]