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World Rhino Day – Kruger update

A young white rhino calf splits away from its mother, looking out towards us and giving one much hope that this species has a chance of survival in the wild... The second image (below) shows the current status of part of the fence separating Kruger [...]

September 22nd, 2017|Tags: , |

Okavango Flood Update – July 2017

Okavango flood update: July 2017 2017 is really one of the strangest floods in the Okavango in years. Quite simply it is because the current water has mostly been topped up as a result of last summer’s localized rainfall, rather arriving in its usual way [...]

July 2nd, 2017|Tags: , |

A LEGENDARY LEOPARD DIES !!

The famous Kikelezi Female leopard died yesterday at the great age of 15 years and 7 months! Rangers found her body and the evidence pointed to lions having killed her – sadly she leaves two 14-month old cubs behind. What is so incredible about such [...]

May 23rd, 2017|Tags: , |

Desperate times…elephants stuck in the mud!

Elephants stuck in the mud !! - incident from November 2016 Images 1-3: Finding the first elephant and releasing it from the mud  It really is a time of desperation as literally hundreds of elephants die in all ways possible this year. We have been trying [...]

January 15th, 2017|Tags: , |

How is this for an unexpected visitor??

This huge eland came up past our house to find some water and food. Fortunately, our neighbours could provide water and it slaked its thirst before giving all the houses a walk by, while he calmly searched for food. These are huge antelope and I [...]

January 15th, 2017|Tags: , |

Elephants: a photo journal of some special sightings

strong>Today is World Elephant Day and we have chosen a variety of elephant images to celebrate these magnificent creatures! The first 20 or so images (with relevant captions and any relative conservation information below each photo) celebrate their beauty while further on we look at [...]

August 12th, 2016|Tags: |