• A Khwai Wild Dog fight to remember!

    A Khwai Wild Dog fight to remember!

    What an incredible Wild Dog sighting along the Khwai it was! According to some of the researchers in the area wild dogs are doing as well as they have done since 1994 when disease threatened [...]

  • The Grey-Crowned Crane

    The Grey-Crowned Crane

    If this was a dress up party then the Grey-Crowned crane would be a serious contender for top prize, right? You then have to ask yourself how such a bird evolved such crazy head gear!!? [...]

  • Come on safari with Nic…

    Come on safari with Nic…

    Thanks for reading this blog... It's a blog and a website and the aims are the same... it is all about the bush! It will always be about the bush and appreciating these most magnificent [...]

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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. One way we can only do this through education. Education will help 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.

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A Khwai Wild Dog fight to remember!

What an incredible Wild Dog sighting along the Khwai it was! According to some of the researchers in the area wild dogs are doing as well as they have done since 1994 when disease threatened the local population of about 10 packs in the study area. They are doing so well that often packs clash [...]

March 18th, 2020|Categories: Trip Reports, Uncategorized, Wildlife|

The Grey-Crowned Crane

If this was a dress up party then the Grey-Crowned crane would be a serious contender for top prize, right? You then have to ask yourself how such a bird evolved such crazy head gear!!? Nature never ceases to amaze! The National bird of Uganda is widespread across Sub-Saharan Africa and while is stunning in [...]

March 17th, 2020|Categories: Birds, Wildlife Facts|

Come on safari with Nic…

Thanks for reading this blog... It's a blog and a website and the aims are the same... it is all about the bush! It will always be about the bush and appreciating these most magnificent areas around the African continent! Since I started guiding in 2006, I have switched up some of my roles in [...]

March 16th, 2020|Categories: Safari|

Incredible Wild Dog viewing in the Okavango continues…

Incredible wild dog viewing in the Okavango continues! How many dogs can you count? Image 1: Wild Dog pack may have come across from the Splash camp side - low water levels mean they can cross channels more easily! There were 23 adults and big pups (can see almost all in this shot) and according [...]

January 28th, 2020|Categories: Okavango, Wildlife|Tags: |

An incredible kill on the Chobe!!

Go go go go go!! We sped off with the pack at full speed!! The craziest hunt you will see in a wildlife documentaryΒ  - we were in it! But before I share our sighting of what it was like to to fly across almost 1 mile of open floodplain following a pack of wild [...]

January 9th, 2019|Categories: Chobe|

Tarangire: huge herds, many birds – what a gem of a reserve!

Have just returned from 3 days in the amazing Tarangire National Park! I had wanted to go there for years, after hearing stories from my parents who were there about 15 years earlier. They came back with beautiful images of rolling hills covered with baobabs and umbrella thorns and stories of huge flocks of queleas [...]

October 18th, 2018|Categories: Trip Reports|Tags: , |
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