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Reading #MusekeseConservation 's annual report, I am both humbled and filled with joy to see the immense strides they have made despite facing significant natural and man-made challenges. Each page tells a story of unwavering commitment, illustrating a vibrant and thriving wildlife landscape. #Busa
Embarking on a solo safari adventure can be both thrilling and slightly unnerving (trust me, I've experienced it firsthand). However, is it even possible to feel out of place or left to your own devices in a genuine safari camp? The unparalleled warmth and dedication to making one feel at home and i
Social media and technology have enabled a whole raft of young super talented and wildlife-passionate independent (short) filmmakers to showcase their skills. Here is one great example. Mammas 2 comes out on Friday on Roku TV. It’s free for those interested in watching. This was the result of all
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Greetings Forum Members, The commendable work undertaken by organisations like the African Parks Foundation and Frankfurt Zoological Society, which lead 'rescue', 'replenish', and 'restore' projects across Africa, deserves our applause. They are making a significant impact on wildlife conservation,
Have you seen animals or birds doing odd stuff ? Like this inverted Blue Footed Booby in the Galapagos. Or this Giraffe falling of a Luangwa river bank. or this sinister Warthog not just killing but also eating an Impala fawn. Or The Elephant taking advantage of a flexible Sausage tree. How about a
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