INTRODUCTION I have just spent a few days in the Pafuri Concession of the Kruger National Park in the Trails camp operated by Wilderness Safaris. I spent a few years

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ROGERS BIRD FACT Sugarbirds The 2 sugarbirds of the genus promerops form the sole members of the family Promeropidae. The smaller of the two, being the Gurney’s sugarbird,  is found

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INTRODUCTION The 06:30 Umbabat anti-poaching unit parade at Vuka Ingwe, Ingwelala, was attended by the SATIB TRUST group. Ivo Lazic (APNR Chairman) and Willem (Umbabat Warden) hosted Brian Courtenay (SATIB

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INTRODUCTION The SATIB Trust is a non-profit/charitable organization (NPO)  which raises  donor funding from local and international organizations for the benefit of the conservation, environmental and community projects in Africa.

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INTRODUCTION We have recently returned from a safari to Tafika, Remote Africa Safaris in South Luangwa – Zambia, which is an authentic African Safari experience made up of Tafika, Chikoko

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INTRODUCTION On the 17th of November I was driving the western boundary of Ntsiri Game Reserve in Greater Kruger with my two young daughters when I heard the loud distress

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INTRODUCTION West of the Waterberg Plateau Park, vast plains are occasionally broken by remnants of ancient Sandstone outcrops, which once covered large areas of northern Namibia. Nestled among the “Omboroko

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INTRODUCTION On an overland trip through Namibia in the last few days we noticed a melanistic zebra at the widely acclaimed watering hole at Okaukeujo. Having reported on the zebra

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INTRODUCTION According to the report conducted by National Geographic recently it is estimated that over 2,500 rhino horns left sub-Saharan Africa illegally between 2006 and 2010 with the numbers rising

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INTRODUCTION It was suggested in the FM cover story of April 6 that the “rich” had caused the oversupply of beds in wildlife tourism. Peter Anderson , director of Livingstones

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