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A weekend of wine on the Breede River A weekend of wine on the Breede River

This year’s Wine on the River festival in Robertson was a great success, showing that wine tourism is growing as healthily...

10 tips for your self-drive safari 10 tips for your self-drive safari

We are spoilt for choice in Southern Africa when it comes to picking safari destinations that offer visitors the opportunity...

Championing the Chobe National Park Championing the Chobe National Park

The Chobe National Park is the third largest conservation area in Botswana, covering an enormous area of approximately...

48 hours at Victoria Falls 48 hours at Victoria Falls

Travel bloggers, Jeff and Kerryn, from Pass The Map caught their first glimpse of the Victoria Falls out of an airplane window...

Finding peace in Madagascar Finding peace in Madagascar

Situated 400km off the coast of East Africa, Madagascar is roughly two and a half times the size of Great Britain...

Team breathes new life into Luambe National Park Team breathes new life into Luambe National Park

After many years of being in the shadows, the remote Luambe National Park in Zambia’s wonderful Luangwa Valley is about...

First aid for snakebite First aid for snakebite

Snake bites. Two words with the ability to destroy pretty much any experience in the bush. And let’s be honest, as much as we’d...

Parufi Border Camp Kruger National Park - Northern Highlight Parufi Border Camp Kruger National Park - Northern Highlight

Revel in an exclusive retreat at the new Pafuri Border Camp...

6 ways to ‘do’ the Kruger National Park 6 ways to ‘do’ the Kruger National Park

There are many different ways to experience and enjoy South Africa’s world-famous safari destination, the Kruger National Park...

Hiking the Magaliesburg Hiking the Magaliesburg

The Magaliesberg, which is right here on our doorstep is the ideal hiking destination - obviously one's main concern when...

The river runs wild in Selous Game Reserve Tanzania The river runs wild in Selous Game Reserve Tanzania

Boat safaris are a must when you visit the Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania...

Up the Elephant Coast – the perfect bush and beach break Up the Elephant Coast – the perfect bush and beach break

Of course, everyone who thinks of travelling to South Africa wants to visit the world famous Kruger National Park and Cape Town...

Lambert’s Bay Bird Island Nature Reserve Lambert’s Bay Bird Island Nature Reserve

Out of the six sites world-wide where Cape gannets breed, Bird Island is the only breeding site that is easily accessed by the...

The Botswana safari destination you didn’t know existed The Botswana safari destination you didn’t know existed

Popular tourist destinations in Botswana are only a small piece of what the country has to offer. Botswana is home to a treasure

The Maasai guard over the lions of East Africa The Maasai guard over the lions of East Africa

New surveys and estimates suggest that the lion has disappeared from about 80% of its African range – even more alarming...

A beginner’s guide to trekking with gorillas in Rwanda A beginner’s guide to trekking with gorillas in Rwanda

Many travellers have been inspired to adventure into Africa by the renowned movie, Gorillas in the Mist, showcasing...

Camels, nomads and an oasis in Ennedi Camels, nomads and an oasis in Ennedi

Head 900km north-east of Chad’s capital, N’Djamena, and you’ll discover the wondrous Ennedi Plateau...

The best Swazi game reserves you haven’t heard of (or don’t know enough about) The best Swazi game reserves you haven’t heard of (or don’t know enough about)

When you find out that Swaziland is the smallest country in Africa you probably wonder what on earth you could find to do there...

African farmers think honey fences are the bee’s knees African farmers think honey fences are the bee’s knees

In today’s high-tech world, it’s often the simplest solutions that turn out to be best – and an innovative project using...

A very special pangolin rescue A very special pangolin rescue

This is not just another pangolin rescue story. This is a story of compassion and hope, a story of trans-boundary teamwork...

Behind the scenes: photographing gorillas in Rwanda Behind the scenes: photographing gorillas in Rwanda

I’ve learnt through prior experience to never read one of Darrel Bristow-Bovey’s Getaway columns in public spaces...

5 different ways to experience Africa on safari 5 different ways to experience Africa on safari

The picture that usually springs to mind of an African safari is the quintessential game vehicle roaming across sweeping plains...

The termite queen – a story of survival The termite queen – a story of survival

While out repairing roads, our ranger team came across some fresh digging in a termite mound, which we assumed to be the work...

6 reasons why you should go to Hell’s Gate National Park 6 reasons why you should go to Hell’s Gate National Park

Located in Naivasha in Kenya, Hell’s Gate National Park is home to a variety of wildlife, flora and over 100 species of birds...

Rats sniff out 13,274 landmines in Mozambique Rats sniff out 13,274 landmines in Mozambique

Rats sniff out 13,274 landmines in Mozambique. Minister Oldemiro Júlio Margues Baloi Minister of Foreign Affairs, will declare...

4 reasons to safari in Kafue National Park 4 reasons to safari in Kafue National Park

The Kafue National Park is so often overlooked, but tourists are finally starting to see what all the fuss is about. And...

Bandit, the dog that protects rhinos and elephants Bandit, the dog that protects rhinos and elephants

However, if the poaching epidemic continues at its current rate we will almost certainly see the demise of the African elephant...

The new app for identifying animal tracks The new app for identifying animal tracks

Our magazine editor tests the new iTrack Southern Africa app, and finds it’s not only good at identifying wildlife...

Mapping the freshwater fish of southern and eastern Africa Mapping the freshwater fish of southern and eastern Africa

What is going on beneath the surface of African waters? Relatively little is known about the distribution of freshwater fish...

8 reasons to visit Liuwa Plains National Park 8 reasons to visit Liuwa Plains National Park

If you are considering a safari to the Masai Mara or the Serengeti, or you have seen the Great Migration but want to go again...

Video: Wild dog puppy love Video: Wild dog puppy love

Limpopo-Lipadi Private Game Reserve has recently been blessed with a litter of 12 wild dog pups. The puppies were first seen...

Drones keep elephants safe in Tanzania Drones keep elephants safe in Tanzania

It happens in seconds. Tusks turn towards the sky and the roughly 27,000lb, 13 foot tall elephant stops, scuttles backwards...

4 dangerous encounters while catching the snakes! 4 dangerous encounters while catching the snakes!

This year, I’ve had some pretty hair-raising, heart pounding, adrenaline-filled experiences while catching snakes. Photos ...

The hide life - Lake Panic is tops in Kruger The hide life - Lake Panic is tops in Kruger

Kruger’s hides put you at the heart of the action as birds and wildlife seek out water and do their best to avoid becoming prey...

The leopard and the lamb The leopard and the lamb

It was early morning in December and we were on the look out for a leopard in the Kruger National Park...

Amazing video of Kevin Richardson playing soccer with lions Amazing video of Kevin Richardson playing soccer with lions

See Kevin Richardson with the lions in his animal sanctuary - playing soccer and just interacting.

Special encounters in the bush - Mana Pools & Mabuasehube Special encounters in the bush - Mana Pools & Mabuasehube

We have been privileged to travel through southern Africa and revisit some of our favorite places a few times...

The magical Maasai Mara The magical Maasai Mara

“There’s a lone gazelle up ahead,” said Patrick, our guide through the Maasai Mara National Park. We were watching a pregnant...

Guide to Lake Jozini Guide to Lake Jozini

At the foot of the Lebombo mountains, just south of Swaziland, lies a destination that not only resembles Zimbabwe’s Lake Kariba..

Golden Kudus Golden Kudus

Kruger's private concessions certainly don’t come cheap, but do offer memories money can't buy...

Killer whale action in False Bay Killer whale action in False Bay

10 hours of spectacular killer whale action were enjoyed on 26 March 2015 in False Bay! For the past week I have been working...

The lions and the fox The lions and the fox

One day in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve I came across some members of the Sunday Pan lion pride at their namesake...

5 reasons to visit the Waterberg in 2015 5 reasons to visit the Waterberg in 2015

An African wildlife safari is surely on most travel bucket lists for 2015. To get round to ticking this one off, you don’t need...

The film that could make a difference for rhinos The film that could make a difference for rhinos

An Afrikaans language film might be one of the best ways to address South Africa’s rhino poaching crisis...

Gorilla trekking: Rwanda or Uganda? Gorilla trekking: Rwanda or Uganda?

As I lay in my bed in my lodge in Bwindi, looking through the black of the night sky, I could see red explosions of color...

Dining with an African rock python in Botswana Dining with an African rock python in Botswana

After we had spent an extravagant amount of time with two golden-maned lions and their dangerously bloated buffalo carcass on...

Beautiful images of Bangweulu Wetlands Beautiful images of Bangweulu Wetlands

Bangweulu Wetlands, located in Zambia, is managed by African Parks and home to 83 species of fish along with a unique array...

Beehive wins Social Innovation Awards Beehive wins Social Innovation Awards

The SAB Foundation has named local innovation, Bee-Pak™, a compact bee farming system, as the R1-million prize winner in its...

South Luangwa: The valley of the leopard South Luangwa: The valley of the leopard

South Luangwa is not as widely-known as the likes of Kruger or Etosha, nor is it as accessible (by road at least). But before...

Phenomenal photos of playful wild dog pups Phenomenal photos of playful wild dog pups

In July I led a photo tour in southern Africa, we enjoyed numerous leopard encounters, lions and elephants at close range and...

Kenya’s magical forest – the Arabuko Sokoke Kenya’s magical forest – the Arabuko Sokoke

There is something enchanting about a road straight through a forest. The green draws tight at either end, simultaneously ...

A young leopard makes his first kill A young leopard makes his first kill

One of the keys to being an independent leopard is the ability to catch sufficient prey to be able to keep yourself going. This...

Whatever you do, don’t run: how to survive a walking safari Whatever you do, don’t run: how to survive a walking safari

Over the last year I’ve spent the majority of my time doing walking safaris. The general aim is to get closer to the bush and...

Why I love the Maasai Mara Why I love the Maasai Mara

Many stories have been written on the Maasai Mara describing how incredible it is. The incredible wildebeest migration as one...

Six of the best walking trails in Kruger Six of the best walking trails in Kruger

These wild walking trails will bring you close enough to touch and smell the finer details of the bush.

An action-packed, playful hyena gallery An action-packed, playful hyena gallery

On a cloudy day in the Northern Sabi Sands we came across a hyena. As we followed it another one appeared. They started chasing...

African inspired art making a difference in the UK African inspired art making a difference in the UK

I am a political conservation artist, originally from South Africa but now based in beautiful Betws-y-Coed, North Wales. This...

How to do Kruger right How to do Kruger right

So many people I know have visited South Africa’s Kruger National Park only to go home somehow feeling cheated and disappointed.

Painted Wolf - our beautiful wild dogs Painted Wolf - our beautiful wild dogs

Despite being top dog when it comes to hunting, the wild dog faces an uncertain future. Visitors to Kruger can help with resear...

uMkhuze Reborn uMkhuze Reborn

In northern Zululand, uMkhuze Game Reserve's ongoing war against poaching has been long and hard, but against all odds it has ...

Why I love Kruger Why I love Kruger

My three week road trip around South Africa, ending in Kruger National Park reaffirmed that Kruger still holds a special place ..

Going wild in Botswana Going wild in Botswana

We recently had the opportunity to visit two extraordinary places in Botswana, the Moremi Game Reserve and Chobe National Park.

Meet Barkie, the baby aardvark Meet Barkie, the baby aardvark

Barkie found protection and love in the doting hands of the N/a’an ku sê team. Gorgeous photos of this baby aardvaark.

Top 5 places for an authentic Botswana safari Top 5 places for an authentic Botswana safari

Choose from the best places for your next safari in Botswana.

Affordable bush breaks Affordable bush breaks

There's nothing to beat escaping to the bush and being surrounded by nature, game and birdlife. Here's our selection of ten bush..

The wonderful world of killer whales The wonderful world of killer whales

I saw my first group of killer whales near Bird Island in Algoa Bay on 20 February 1999. It was a group of four (three adults ...

Sinking their Teeth into Sharks Sinking their Teeth into Sharks

Dale Morris swallows his fear (and a handful of seasickness tablets) and visits Mossel Bay, where a remarkable team of marine ...

Returning to Gonarezhou Returning to Gonarezhou

After our unforgettable experience during May 2013, we decided to return to Gonarezhou National Park in the south-eastern part...

Hunting - a Great Debate Hunting - a Great Debate

John Hanks and Ian Michler are calling for a more reasoned look at hunting in Africa - and the growing opposition to it ....

Lessons from the PEACEFUL PRIMATE Lessons from the PEACEFUL PRIMATE

With perhaps as few as 5 000 individuals left in the wild (although we're really not sure), bonobos Pan paniscus face the very ...

A-Grade ecotourism A-Grade ecotourism

A healthy ecotourism sector is vital if we are to slow the rate of habitat degradation, says Ian Michler - and highlights a ...

Fear Factor Fear Factor

'I would be quite happy to walk down one of my local alleyways in broad daylight,' says science editor Tim Jackson. 'But would ...

Leaders who don Leaders who don't LEAD

While the poaching of rhinos and elephants continues to escalate across Africa, the continent's political leaders continue to ...

Keep Calm and Carrion Keep Calm and Carrion

Vultures are not, to put it gently, near the top of many safari-goers 'must-see' lists. Neither handsome nor fully fledged ...

See it in Swaziland See it in Swaziland

Exquisite birdlife, thermal springs and a brand new hide, there's more to Swaziland's Big Game Parks than their famed close ...

In Taxonomic Limbo In Taxonomic Limbo

An elephant is an elephant - or could it be a savanna elephant or a forest elephant? It's not just a question of the name, but ...

Celebrations & Considerations Celebrations & Considerations

As Africa Geographic marks 20 years of reporting on environmental and conservation issues throughout Africa, Ian Michler ...

Crunch Time for Lions Crunch Time for Lions

A major report on the status of Africa's lions has raised eyebrows - and in some quarters, hackles - as much for its proposed ...

Seeing the Light Seeing the Light

The recent decision by the governments of Botswana and Zambia to halt trophy hunting has been praised in some conservation ...

Ocean Crusaders Ocean Crusaders

There are those who consider the environmental organisation Greenpeace and its Rainbow Warrior ships to be run by lentil-eating...

Special Report: Ivory Special Report: Ivory

The dwindling African elephant population due to poaching and corruption and the fight against ivory trade - a special report ...

98% Human 98% Human

You come close to confronting what it means to be human in the Central African jungle. Forget the Big Five - tracking mountain ...

Treading Lightly at Rocktail Beach Camp Treading Lightly at Rocktail Beach Camp

Our headlights sent bright beams of light into the ink-black expanse of the night, illuminating scuttling crabs darting sideway...

Creatures of the Southern Gyres Creatures of the Southern Gyres

Out there in the watery blue beyond are whole communities linked to the Earth's cycles, which we're only just beginning to ...

Dinner In The Bush Dinner In The Bush

These open-air dining opportunities make for memorable meals. Nature lovers know that good food tastes even better out of doors!

Rock Stars Rock Stars

What does a rock hyrax have in common with Mick Jagger? They're both singers, of course. Whereas Jagger sings to entertain, ...

On a wing and a thermal, the flight of vultures On a wing and a thermal, the flight of vultures

Vultures are reputed to be among the avian world's best flyers, but it's a reputation that merits a little closer scrutiny.

The Mozambique connection to rhino poaching The Mozambique connection to rhino poaching

Having recently walked and pedalled through the Mozambican provinces that border the Kruger National Park, Ian Michler has ...

Emerging from the shadows - Elephants of KwaZulu Natal Emerging from the shadows - Elephants of KwaZulu Natal

Mercilessly hunted for sport and for their ivory until their very existence was rumoured to be a myth, the elephants of north ...

Elephants on the move Elephants on the move

Living up to its name, the Tracks of Giants expedition spent some time with the Botswana-based Elephants Without Borders NGO ...

New-Look Africa Geographic New-Look Africa Geographic

September this year will see the beginning of an exciting new chapter in the proud history of our company. Africa Geographic ...

See video of mother elephant saving her baby from drowning See video of mother elephant saving her baby from drowning

Mother elephant rescues baby from drowning in a waterhole and then gets stuck herself. Letaba, Kruger National Park, South Africa.

Hippo Wars Video at Sunset Dam in Kruger Park, South Africa Hippo Wars Video at Sunset Dam in Kruger Park, South Africa

Watch hippos have a set to at the Sunset Dam in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Star Power Star Power

Twelve years ago, Edward Norton - known to many of us as the star of The Illusionist, 25th Hour, Fight Club and American ...

Meet the neighbours Meet the neighbours

Ol Pejeta Conservancy is the only place in the world where you'll find northern white rhinos in the wild. Just four survive ...

Kick-starting the Congo Kick-starting the Congo

Ecotourism is almost non-existent in the Republic of Congo. According to the United Nations World Tourism Organisation, Euro ...

Return of the seals to Plettenberg Bay Return of the seals to Plettenberg Bay

Fishermen have been pointing fingers at seals for decades, accusing them of 'stealing' the fish their livelihoods are based on ...

Rhino watch • News • Views • Updates • Debates Rhino watch • News • Views • Updates • Debates

In late March, the rhino world was a-twitter with the news that the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) would be managing...

A Heart for Rhinos - Dr Ian Player A Heart for Rhinos - Dr Ian Player

Veteran of a previous 'rhino war', Dr Ian Player has a special connection with these charismatic animals and is following ...

Sable Shenanigans Sable Shenanigans

In Zambia's newest national park, on the outskirts of its capital Lusaka, live more than 200 sable antelope, Coralled in ...

Riders Ride to Rescue Rhinos Riders Ride to Rescue Rhinos

Ride the rhino is an annual mountain bike stage race held in aid of the dwindling and endangered Renosterveld in the Western ...

Top of the Charts Top of the Charts

Creating an accurate map of Africa's protected areas was no small undertaking, but the MAPA Project achieved just that. Now it ...

Why no ethics? Ian Michler Why no ethics? Ian Michler's Diary

It’s well known that one of South Africa’s treasures is its wildlife, and like any treasure it attracts a certain kind of person

Domestic Hell Domestic Hell

Humans have been domesticating animals tor almost as long as they have been in existence, and they are still doing it. But, ...

The Conservation Quandary by AfricaGeographic Magazine The Conservation Quandary by AfricaGeographic Magazine

Ian Michler decides that it’s time to confront the elephant in the room. If you are at all interested in wildlife conservation ...

Die laaste leeus van Afrika Die laaste leeus van Afrika

2020. Dit is die jaar waarin die laaste wilde leeus van Afrika kan uitsterf tensy daar dringend ingegryp word ...

Africa Geographic Rhino Petition - you can help! Africa Geographic Rhino Petition - you can help!

Africa Geographic has created a petition to be delivered to the Vietnamese embassy in a bid to get it to stop the illegal trade ..

Southern Africa Southern Africa's top 21 parks

Southern Africa has some of the finest wildlife parks in the world. Getaway has rounded up the top 21 parks .....

Best park for culture: Mapungubwe Best park for culture: Mapungubwe

Combine heritage, mystical scenery, animals and birding when you visit this park in Limpopo.

Moremi Game Reserve Moremi Game Reserve

On a map of northern Botswana, Moremi Game Reserve perches like a skewed nucleus in the watery cell of the Okavango Delta...

The Central Kalahari Park The Central Kalahari Park

The Central Kalahari Park is Botswana's largest game reserve (52800 square kilometres). This is the wild, unforgiving heart...

Namib-Nakluaft National Park Namib-Nakluaft National Park

The Namib-Naukluft National Park covers nearly 50000 square kilometres - more than two-and-a-half times....

Drifting down the Chobe: Chobe National Park Drifting down the Chobe: Chobe National Park

Chobe National Park has one of the greatest concentrations of game in Africa. If you are seeking the ultimate African wildlife experience ....

Madikwe Game Reserve Madikwe Game Reserve

Madikwe: big skies, wide open plains the meeting of Bushveld and Kalahari and all the mercurial diversity this entails. It's an enchanting...

Ai-Ais / Richtersveld Transfrontier Park Ai-Ais / Richtersveld Transfrontier Park

On the border of South Africa and Namibia is a park that could be mistaken for the end of the world. In fact, it's a completely different universe...

iSimangaliso Wetland Park iSimangaliso Wetland Park

The largest land mammal shares an ecosystem with the world's oldest fish and biggest marine mammal in iSimangaliso Wetland Park....

Hluhluwe-Imfolozi National Park Hluhluwe-Imfolozi National Park

Hluhluwe-Imfolozi has a long and chequered history. Once the exclusive hunting preserve of Zulu kings, the land was protected before any formal conservation existed...

West Coast National Park West Coast National Park

This is a bay for all seasons with a history longer than memory and a sense of the spectacular....

Table Mountain National Park Table Mountain National Park

Table Mountain stands guard over a national park extending from Signal Hill to the hook of Cape Point. Few Camps Bay bathers are aware that...

Golden Gate Highlands National Park Golden Gate Highlands National Park

Secrets beyond the Crystal Cave. Somewhere between the Free State's endless mealie fields and the serrated peaks of the...

Mountain Zebra National Park Mountain Zebra National Park

Up until fairly recently, graceful, cheeky mountain zebras were the undisputed lords of this beautiful Karoo park near Cradock...

Shot in the foot for SANParks Shot in the foot for SANParks

Remember the days when one group member's bad behaviour or failure to comply with a rule caused an entire group to suffer the consequences?...

Karoo National Park - space, glorious space Karoo National Park - space, glorious space

Space glorious space...If you'd been standing anywhere in the Karoo National Park a few hundred million years ago, you'd be drowning...

Rhino Rage Rhino Rage

The statistics are by now all-too familiar: 333 rhinos killed in South Africa in 2010, poached for their horns. And the slaughter continues...

De Hoop Nature Reserve De Hoop Nature Reserve

There are the dassies which eyeball you along the cliff edge, eland that come visiting and the occasional baboon troop...

Luxury for less - Game reserves Eastern Cape Luxury for less - Game reserves Eastern Cape

If you think private game farms cater only for euro-laden tourists, it's time to look east. With a little careful planning .....

Bontebok National Park Bontebok National Park

This national Park is the smallest in the country, but offers all of us, including the bontebok, some space and tranquillity...

Kruger National Park Kruger National Park

Kruger is South Africa's most iconic Kruger National Park is simply enormous. It comprises nearly reserve. It's a pristine wilderness that's practically...

Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park

The vast, silent Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park, declared in 1990, is one of the last conservation areas of this scale in the world....

Garden Route National Park Garden Route National Park

Last year the bits and pieces of protected wilderness along the Garden Route were gathered together into the third most popular destination...

Mana Pools and lower Zambezi Mana Pools and lower Zambezi

As the Zambezi winds between Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe and Cahora Bassa Dam in Mozambique, it reaches a wonderful expanse where...

Hwange National Park Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is slowly coming back to life after years of struggle in the backwash of Zimbabwe's economic collapse. Funded entirely from...

Etosha National Park - The Magic Pan Etosha National Park - The Magic Pan

In Etosha rain is the metronome for the ancient dance of life. Evan Haussmann had a ringside seat at this unusual park .....

Saadani on sea - Chilling in Tanzania Saadani on sea - Chilling in Tanzania

You've probably never heard of Tanzania's Saadani National Park, But if you're in the mood for carnivores and herbivores, birds and sea-life...

Zoos: do we still need them? Zoos: do we still need them?

As a child, science editor Tim Jackson remembers going to the zoo with his parents....

Bontebok National Park Bontebok National Park

Just beyond Swellendam the Breede River eases itself past hillsides dotted with aloes and rare renosterveld shrubs. Tucked away above a bend...

Salmonsdam Nature Reserve Salmonsdam Nature Reserve

Proteas of every sort welcome you into this reserve at the foot of the Perdeberg Mountains. Pretty sunbirds feed on plant nectar ...

A giant in hiding A giant in hiding

It may not be the best known of our parks, but the West Coast National Park is full of historical and wildlife wonder, and is just waiting to be discovered ....

Etosha - Namibia Etosha - Namibia's flagship park

Explore Namibia's flagship park during dry season and you'll be rewarded with incredible landscapes, waterholes teeming with thirsty animals .....

Plett Plett's mountain of seals

The unique, protected Robberg (Seal Mountain) Peninsula neatly edges Plett's Bay and is home to an estimated 4000 Cape Fur Seals

A Shutterbug Safari A Shutterbug Safari

"You can always learn something from someone else - if you can't, then your photography is unlikely to advance much further..."

The Great White Misconception The Great White Misconception

False Bay is the world's best location for viewing great white sharks and learning to appreciate them...

The Real Delta The Real Delta

Go on an expedition in the Delta's magical wetlands, carrying all you need in dugout canoes and camping on the islands...

Dogs of Mercury Dogs of Mercury

Here one minute, gone the next - that is how African wild dogs could be described. As many a researcher knows...

A Cub Of His Own A Cub Of His Own

Kevin Richardson is known all over the world as 'The Lion Whisperer'. He is also the producer of the highly acclaimed movie, White Lion...

Return of the Leopard Return of the Leopard

Are they protected or aren't they? Elusive and highly mobile, leopards are at a high risk of being killed, ...

Adding Up Addo Adding Up Addo

From a humble sanctuary for 11 elephants Addo Elephant National Park has shot up...

White & White – Animals without Colour White & White – Animals without Colour

Whether you're predator or prey, standing out in a crowd is probably Not A Good Thing...

A Flash of Silver – Insight on the Cape Fox A Flash of Silver – Insight on the Cape Fox

Surprisingly little is known about the Cape Fox (or Silver Fox as it's some times known)...