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The African Wild Dog…100 in a pack?

Did you know that historically this species used to occur in packs of well over 100 animals? This is one of the most fascinating predators to spend time with and they provide incredible adrenaline packed entertainment when you follow them on the hunt. I have [...]

April 19th, 2016|Tags: |

Okavango Wilderness Safaris Big Birding Day 2016

We have just recorded a new bird species at Chitabe camp in the Okavango!!! “What bird is that?” …someone asks! As I go over the lists of all the birds recorded across the Okavango Wilderness Safaris camps on 31 March 2016, on one list there [...]

April 13th, 2016|Tags: , , |

Martial Eagle vs Nile Monitor

Yesterday has to go down as one of the weirdest coincidences I can remember! A few hours after posting a Martial Eagle pic with a warthog kill on this page, we were out on drive in the Linyanti trying to get photos of some Redheaed [...]

March 21st, 2016|Tags: , |

There is a leopard on my roof!!

No matter how much time you spend in the bush there will always be something new, something more amazing than the last time and always something surprising...what happened here was a perfect combination of the unexpected...and a series of events I will never forget!   [...]

February 18th, 2016|

The Spotted Hyena: Africa’s misunderstood top predator

Many tourists to Botswana’s beautiful Okavango will have the privilege of seeing a Spotted Hyena on safari, yet so often like in most places in Africa, these misunderstood predators barely get a second glance. People will queue up for hours to watch the ears and [...]

February 18th, 2016|

Rare Species Fund – Camera Trap Update

Rhino Monitoring We put the camera traps at rhino dung middens and will be focussing on this species even more as we continue to do important rhino monitoring work. The images on the following page show some rhino monitoring photos we have captured so far: [...]

February 18th, 2016|