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Karula Earth Hour

Karula Earth Hour

Earth Hour started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia when 2.2 million individuals and more than 2,000 businesses turned their lights off for one hour to take a stand against climate change. Only a year later and Earth Hour had become a global sustainability movement with...
Stay out of the long grass

Stay out of the long grass

As guides we are always asked “How often do you see The Kill”. This is a tricky question to answer because the vegetation, time of day, species and mainly luck all play a role. Many times we are able to watch hunts, but to actually see one of Africa’s Big Cats grab...
Curiousity

Curiousity

Giraffes are very curious animals. and I guess it helps having a long neck. In this photo you will notice that they are all looking in the same direction. We found the female and two sub adult lions about 10m from them… and the giraffe’s had all been staring at...
The Art of Tracking

The Art of Tracking

It has been said that tracking is an unusual combination of disciplines.  How many other fields do you know of that combine science and the arts?  These are two fields which activate two completely different sides of the brain!  With such a challenging nature, more...

A new addition to the raft

 Whilst passing John’s dam early this morning we spotted an adult female hippo whose body was mostly submerged with only her chin resting on the sand. As we were watching the hippo through our binoculars we noticed something small moving next to her right ear. Upon...

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