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Over 1030 bird species have been recorded in Uganda, a veritable birder’s paradise. Indeed it’s quite common for European tourists (who have dismissed all birds as LBBs (or Little Brown Birds) to come to this [...]

The Pied Piper

Our excitement was thick in the darkness. We had planned a long full-day safari and were not 100 sure what to expect. Like little children we bounced with joy over [...]

Photography From A Very Special Hide

Hide photography comes with its own unique set of challenges. Usually it requires a lot of patience and waiting for the animals to come to you. Very rarely will you [...]

Focussing on positive conservation news

Four positive conservation stories that we should be focussing on right now. Read more › The post Focussing on positive conservation news appeared first on Africa Geographic. [...]

Namibia will not legalise trade in rhino horn and ivory

A spokesman for Namibia’s Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) has said that the country will not consider legalising the trade of rhino horns and elephant tusks. Read more › [...]

How To Rub a Lions Belly | The Lion Whisperer

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Safety in Tanzania: 9 top tips for solo female travellers

We believe that the world is a safe place and that none of us, male or female, should let worry about safety stop us from exploring this beautiful world of [...]

ET the aardvark goes home

ET was found and brought to me at ZURI Orphanage in Namibia in August 2015. Small and alien-like in appearance, ET settled in quickly with life on the farm. We [...]

Titanic battle between squirrel and parrot

On the morning of the 30th May, I witnessed a tussle between one of the current occupants of the nest, a brown-headed parrot pair, and a tree squirrel which dared [...]

Kolmanskop: why to visit Namibia’s ghost town

By Roxanne Reid. Diamonds so plentiful you could pluck them by the fistful off the open ground. And then they were gone. People lived and worked here, but the wind [...]

Behind the Bike with Peter van Kets

There are a few people in life that go beyond being exceptional, breaking the boundaries of what we think is humanly possible and defying personal limits, living each day to [...]

Planning Panning

When creating certain images, planning and knowing what it is that you are trying to create, is a major step to achieving your goal.  You need to know what it [...]

Giraffe Tries Hard to Mate With Female

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Its not all about big teeth and claws

I know myself! And I’m sure many of us alike. Mornings I wake up knowing I’m heading out into the field, camera in hand, I always think of getting that [...]

Video: Conservation ambassador and rugby player, David Pocock

Professional rugby player David Pocock, and his partner Emma, are ambassadors for Wild Ark. WildArk is closely linked to EcoTraining and together they aim to spread the message of conservation. [...]

Hyenas Intimidate Two Male Lions on Kill- Londolozi TV

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Tracks of Bloody Lion Fight- Londolozi TV

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New Male Lions Roaring- Londolozi TV

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Want to see how Naiobi is doing? | The Lion Whisperer

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How do you go about creating an image?

It is something that we get asked on many Photographic Safaris, “What do you think about before capturing an image”. Now this may differ from individual to individual, but here [...]