Wildlife & Conservation

Wildlife & Conservation

Wildlife & Conservation

NightCam Diaries : Midnight Pot Luck

By Tam Hoskyns-Abrahall Like anything in life, you wait and wait for something, and it just doesn’t happen. You have moments of doubt that it ever will. Yet, there is that

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Wildlife & Conservation

NightCam Diaries : Trail Trial

By Tam Hoskyns-Abrahall This first installment in our new NightCam Diaries gives you a look into the first week our night camera was set up in Ruaha National Park, close to

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Sustain and Thrive, Wildlife & Conservation

Going, Going … Giraffe

By Clarissa Hughes – Positive Impact Co-ordinator World Giraffe Day is a good time to reflect on the status of this archetypal safari species. On 8 December 2016 the International

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Wildlife & Conservation

Little Beauties : Rubondo Island Camp

By Britta Foulis – Content Manager Rubondo Island Camp – An Island Of Wonders Rubondo Island is home to Rubondo Island Camp – the only lodgings on the entire island. It’s

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Wildlife & Conservation

Sitatunga – Africa’s Only Amphibious Antelope

By Britta Foulis An amphibious antelope? It doesn’t sound true – but it is! The sitatunga is a buck which lives in swampy, marshy, areas that have thick vegetation. It

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Experiences & Activities, Wildlife & Conservation

Getting To Know Rubondo’s Chimp Trackers : Simon

By Daniel Juma – Rubondo Island Camp Manager  You may have heard about the intriguing habituation of our Rubondo Island chimpanzees, your interest may have been piqued, and your question is,

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