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Written By: admin on September 4, 2013 3 Comments
Re-introduced Abu Camp Elephant, Gika, has her first calf in the wild!

Over the years, the elephant programme has sensibly and delicately reintroduced eight African elephants into the Okavango Delta

Written By: admin on September 1, 2013 2 Comments
Its crunch time for southern Africa’s elephants.  By Ian Michler

What lessons have we learnt from the previous poaching crisis and the attempts to regulate trade in ivory?

Written By: admin on August 17, 2012 No Comment
Elephant range intro for Jason

This is truly a special place, where wildlife still permeates the human matrix as animals travel back and forth between Chobe’s waterfront resources

Written By: admin on April 30, 2011 No Comment
Great Tiger Moth Botswana Safari

These last few weeks in southern Africa many were lucky to watch a fleet of original, vintage de Havilland biplanes soaring overhead in formation

Written By: admin on January 17, 2011 No Comment
Unity among catastrophes

We, meaning all of us that inhabit the earth, are here living, sharing this planet, with all its perfect beauty, imperfections, imbalances and disasters, whether they be man-made or nature’s fury. The elephants knew this.

Written By: admin on December 3, 2010 No Comment
Snake season… Beware!

What does one do when your trusty canine friend wrestles with a venomous foe? This is how we managed to keep both our 4 month old puppy, and 50kg dog alive, after both were bit by a 2 meter long Snouted/Egyptian cobra!

Written By: admin on August 24, 2010 No Comment
Evening in an Elephant Corridor

With a shake of her massive head, she quickly moved around the vehicle, leading another 30 elephants behind her. Dust filled our nostrils, ears and eyes, but we kept them wide-open, anxiously looking through the haze for more. We realized we weren’t on the edge of the corridor, we were right in the middle of it!

Written By: admin on August 7, 2010 2 Comments
Chobe River Clean-Up

Taking pride in Botswana and our national parks, we decided to ensure that the banks were clean and no harm would come to wildlife due to the deposited debris.

Written By: admin on July 27, 2010 No Comment
Elephant Range Expansion Study update

The elephant range in Botswana has expanded by 65%, during the last 15 years. Using our aerial survey and telemetry data from 55 collared elephants we estimate the current elephant range in northern Botswana to be…

Written By: admin on December 16, 2009 4 Comments
Holiday Season in Botswana

The Holiday season in Botswana… is a haven and paradise, as the landscape has virtually transformed from dry, infertile desert to robust, lush, productive, green forests and farms.

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