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Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 15/04/2015
Bob & Gina Poole Answer Your Questions – Being an Elephant Ask our experts! As you might know from our previous posts and blog stories, Bob and Gina Poole are currently staying at Naboisho Camp and following a family of elephant on their journey for a film for Nat Geo Wild. We asked you to leave your elephant related questions on our Facebook page and the response was great!
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 13/04/2015
Migration Monday Update - 13 April 2015 The migration is slowly returning back to normal with things calming down after all the rain. The Grumeti herds have returned from a brief stint into the Maasai Mara and have turned around the Mara/Talek River confluence not too far from Rekero Camp. They are now heading back south towards the Central Serengeti. 
Author: Amy Dickman, Director, Ruaha Carnivore Project
Updated: 09/04/2015
Ruaha: Carnivore Project Update In 2013, RCP initiated East Africa’s first trial of specialised livestock guarding dogs, to see if this method could help prevent livestock losses and carnivore killings.
Author: Gina Owen – Assistant Manager at Matemwe
Updated: 08/04/2015
Matemwe Turtle Release This past year has been an exciting one for everyone at Matemwe! Recently we celebrated the 10th annual turtle release by Mnarani Turtle Centre, which followed a year of conservation efforts by ourselves and other organizations on the island.
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 07/04/2015
Migration Monday Update - 07 April 2015 We are very happy to report that the rains have returned to the Central Serengeti, near Namiri Plains! It has been very dry and we feared the herds might even make their way back up South but the rains have come just in time.
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 02/04/2015
Multi-Day Cross Conservancy Walking Safari at Naboisho In 4 days we walked 86km, we crossed 5 Mara Conservancies – Naboisho, Olare-Orok, Mara North, Ol Chorro & Lemek was all transferred on an adventure of a lifetime for Robbert (Dad), Ageeth (Mom), Bram (16), Gijs (14) & Borris(10) an adventurous Dutch family – that was looking for far more than the standard morning and afternoon game drives offered at most camps.
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 01/04/2015
Ruaha: Sense-ability in Nature None, zero, zip, nada or as they say here in Tanzania… Hamna! That is the extent of our chances of survival if we as humans had to solely depend on our senses. We are terrible at hearing (and much more so at listening) and our eyesight is directly proportional to the availability of light. These are the main senses required for avoiding danger.
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 30/03/2015
Migration Monday Update - 30 March 2015 After another dry week in the Serengeti, HerdTracker reports that the Serengeti South has finally received some much needed rain! The herds are still scattered though, with some seen in the Central Serengeti, Musabi Plains, Grumeti Reserves, Western Corridor, the Ikoma area.
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 26/03/2015
Leading From Behind Elephants here move over vast areas, and that’s one reason why all of the conservancies are important. Conservancies like Naboisho provide vital linkages for the migration of elephants, wildebeests and other species that travel across the landscape.
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 23/03/2015
Migration Monday Update - 23 March 2015 Migration Monday: Dunia Camp in the Central Serengeti has said that there are herds of wildebeest scattered all around the Lobo area as well as near the Western Corridor. There are also many Elephant around especially at night, looking for water and even trying to get a drink from the guest’s bucket shower tanks!
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