'Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel'

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Matabele ant. Lee Kemp

Matabele Ants | Botswana Wildlife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: The Matabele ants are aptly named after an African tribe that destroyed everything in their path as they swept through south and central Africa in the
Another dust-filled sunset in Savute. Lee Kemp

Thoughts from the Wilderness


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: There are apparently 86 400 seconds in a day, and it is said that most of these pass by unnoticed. It is also said that some moments, be they merely one
Savute Safari Lodge

Botswana Travel Guide to Savuti


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: Botswana Travel Guide explains the difference between the spelling Savuti and Savute, referring to either the channel or the marsh in Botswana
Buck race across Linyanti

Okavango Day in Verse


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: Sunrise in African is a time when the denizens of the wilderness take stock and visitors to Africa head out in search of the Big Game that makes an
Pels Fishing Owl in Botswana.

Pels Fishing Owls


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: The Pel's Fishing Owl is the second largest owl in Africa. It feeds almost exclusively on fish and lives in dense forests near rivers. They are shy and
Lion encounter. Michael Poliza

Xaxanaxa Safari Game Drives


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: 'The scene in front of us is timeless. The first rays of the sun are caressing the dew drops on the grass and birds are flying in to begin a day of
Lion encounter. Michael Poliza

Mombo Time


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: I have worked and traveled in most the wilderness areas of Botswana Savuti, Nxai Pan, Nxabega, Okavango, Moremi names of legend where the echoes of
Spotting Elephants from a game viewing deck.

Footsteps Safari | Classic Okavango - Savuti Fly-in Safari Tour


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: This 5 day classic safari tour takes in 2 very different regions of Botswana, the pristine waterways of the Okavango Delta and the dry interior of Savuti
Elephant portrait. Michael Poliza

The Ivory Trade


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: The slaughter of Elephants for Ivory is one of the most heated debates in conservation circles today, with two opposing points of view. The solution lies
Impala with horn deformity. Lee Kemp

Animal Deformities Botswana Wildlife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: The general view of African wildlife is one of healthy animals roaming the plains, with the sick and wounded not surviving, but there are many cases of
Approaching storm over Savute. Lee Kemp

Passing African Seasons


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: The seasons of the African Wilderness define the rhythm of this ancient land, and many people live their lives by the moods of the seasons
Lechwe in the lush grass. Duba Plains

Echoes of an Ancient Song


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: There is a constant struggle to survive the harsh realities in the African wilderness, and in the Okavango Delta these realities often meet in
Young male elephants fight it out near Selinda Camp

Animal Language. Botswana Wildlife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: This Botswana Wildlife Guide talks about communication patterns of wildlife species - from warning calls to Elephants emitting ultra-sonic sounds
Butterfly. Lee Kemp

Survival Techniques of Mimicry and Camouflage Botswana Wildlife Behaviour


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: One of the most common survival techniques animals use is camouflage. They have adapted to their environment. The animals of Africa have adapted in a
Elephant in the road

Botswana Wildlife Conservation | Elephants Retaliate


Botswana Wildlife Behaviour travel Information: The incidents of animals in Africa attacking humans has increased dramatically over the past few years, with many mortalities been recorded
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