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Birding in Botswana

The abundance of birds in Botswana will have twitchers on the edge of their seat!

Video: It’s a feeding frenzy in Tanzania!

The below video was recorded in the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania. It shows an absolute feeding frenzy as a group of lions, hyenas and jackals all fight to get their taste of “buffalo pie”.

Rats help create a nature reserve

APOPO, top-rated NGO and creators of Mine Detection Rat Technology, are crowdfunding to transform a deadly ammunitions dump in Mozambique into a world-class nature reserve.

Chinko: a remote gem worth protecting

In the far south-eastern corner of the Central African Republic in the Chinko River basin, the savannah meets the rainforest, revealing a one-of-a-kind biotope where iconic species live alongside one another.

Why you should care about thickets

A thicket is a dense, almost impenetrable tangle of trees, shrubs, and vines, that is home to a host of biodiversity. Here is why you should spare a thought for thickets.

Fundraising dinner for the One Land Love It Expedition

If you’re in Port Elizabeth this Thursday, don’t miss out on the fundraising dinner for the One Land Love It expedition with guest speakers, Braam Malherbe and Vasti Geldenhuys. All proceeds will be distributed to the SANParks Honorary Rangers and Care for Wild AFRICA.

The beauty of birds

Birding: appreciating the little feathered things while on safari at Rhino River Lodge in KwaZulu Natal.

Where did all the penguins go?

Penguins are in trouble. A 1930’s video clip with Cherry Kearton gives an insight into the extent of the endangered African penguin population decline.

South African indigenous forest needs your vote

Grootvadersbosch Conservancy in the Southern Cape is in the running for a coveted funding award from the European Outdoor Conservation Association to replant an indigenous forest but they need public votes to win.