Article on the possible extinction of Vultures

Article on the possible extinction of Vultures

Following on from my previous blog concerning the plight of Vultures, I found the following article on the Birdlife Zimbabwe website and thought it would be a good article to highlight how serious the situation is becoming….. Please follow this link to read the...
The Graceful Giraffe

The Graceful Giraffe

These magnificent beasts are such a beautiful sight, with their long spindly legs, their dappled coats and necks stretching up into the tree tops, making them the tallest mammals in the world.  The tallest giraffe recorded was 5.88m but on average they stand between 4...
Predator Excitement in Hwange National Park

Predator Excitement in Hwange National Park

Green season in the bush is not the ideal time to see the big game, with the grass being tall and the shrubs being in full leaf, there is just so many more places for the animals to hide.  Also the water is sitting in puddles or seasonal pans all over the place so,...
Life Giving Water in Hwange

Life Giving Water in Hwange

Hwange National Park falls into the semi arid climate region of Zimbabwe receiving less than 650mm per year on average, with most rain falling from November to February and almost nothing in the winter months of May to September.  With temperatures reaching 40 degrees...
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