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Working Mothers...

Working Mothers
Leopards are solitary cats by nature.  They are comfortable on their own.  Female leopards lead less solitary lives than males, as they bear young and spend much time with their cubs.  Male leopards have little to do with raising their offspring. It...

When is a big cat long in the ...

When is a big cat long in the tooth?
One of the benefits of spending a lot of time in any particular wildlife area is that you get to recognize individual animals. It is human nature to try to learn as much as possible about these animals. Trying to guess the age of an animal can be...

The Cost Of Predation...

The Cost Of Predation
Life can be tougher for large carnivores than it may at first appear. Africa’s big cats are equipped with dangerous claws, long, sharp teeth, and powerful muscular limbs to enable them to kill their prey. On the other hand prey animals come with...

Kenya & Rwanda Digital Ph...

Kenya & Rwanda Digital Photo Safari – September 2011
In September 2011, Andy Biggs and James Weis will lead a private group of photographers to Kenya and Rwanda. The safari will focus on photographing the critically endangered mountain gorillas of Rwanda and the amazing array of predators and herds...

Cats and their innate memory o...

Cats and their innate memory of water
It is often said that cats don’t like water.  Undoubtedly, this has some truth in it, but for cats living in and around the wetlands of northern Botswana these days, coping with water is a reality. The Okavango Delta in particular is an area that...

Sabi Sand Safari Report...

Sabi Sand Safari Report
The last week of game viewing in the western sector of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve was once again nothing short of sensational. There were so many highlights, but the biggest of them all was without a doubt seeing wild dog pups in our traversing area...

A Week in the Wilds of Mombo...

A Week in the Wilds of Mombo
A safari report from Mombo camp in Botswana’s Okavango Delta related by our guide extraordinaire, Grant Atkinson. I spent the last week of May guiding out of Mombo camp.  It is a time of year in the Delta which brings with it very comfortable...

Updates from the Timbavati...

Updates from the Timbavati
Morné Hamlyn is back with more safari stories from South Africa’s Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, adjacent to the Kruger National Park. Morné is one of the rangers at Kings Camp, a superb safari camp located there. Sorry about the delay...
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In September 2011, Andy Biggs and James Weis will lead a private group of photographers to Kenya and Rwanda. The safari will focus on photographing the critically endangered mountain gorillas of Rwanda and the amazing array of predators and herds in Kenya’s Masai Mara. September 3-15, 2011 Safari...
recent from Conservation Saving the Last Lions
Just 50 years ago there were close to a half-million lions in Africa — about 450,000 in all. Today there are between 16,000 and 23,000. And yet, unlike elephants (a far more numerous species), lions have no protection under the international accord governing such matters. Big cats are in trouble...
recent from Botswana Working Mothers
Leopards are solitary cats by nature.  They are comfortable on their own.  Female leopards lead less solitary lives than males, as they bear young and spend much time with their cubs.  Male leopards have little to do with raising their offspring. It is sometimes said that the big cats are poor mothers,...
recent from South Africa Sabi Sand Safari Report
The last week of game viewing in the western sector of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve was once again nothing short of sensational. There were so many highlights, but the biggest of them all was without a doubt seeing wild dog pups in our traversing area for the first time in more than seven years. The pack...
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