'Botswana Wildlife Species Guide'

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The surreal silence of the Delta

See The Delta by Mokoro


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: The mokoro or makoro - (mekoro, plural), is a traditional canoe-like vessel commonly used in the Okavango Delta as a popular mode of transport, and now
Buffalo face off Lionesses at Duba Plains

How Animals Fight Back | Botswana Wildlife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: Inter-species dominance comes into play when food is scarce. This Botswana Wildlife Guide tells of Giraffes fighting back and an interaction between
Another dust-filled sunset in Savute. Lee Kemp

Thoughts from the Wilderness


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide 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 Species Guide 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 Species Guide 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 Species Guide 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
Baboons. Fairly intelligent

Baboon Understanding | Botswana Wildlife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: Are animals capable of thought or are their actions based on instinct? I know many subscribe to the latter but I have seen one incident that has me
Lion brothers. Michael Poliza

Do Wild Animals Have Emotions | Botswana Wildlife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: This Botswana animal behaviour guide explains that animals show emotion. For example, Elephants mourn their dead or baboons carry their dead babies
Elephant browsing at Zarafa Camp. Okavango

Human and Animal Association | Botswana Wildife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: Due to human carelessness some species such as Hyena, Baboons and Monkeys begin to associate humans with food and then will become a 'problem'
Lion encounter. Michael Poliza

Xaxanaxa Safari Game Drives


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide 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
Vultures and dead hippo. Lee Kemp

Scavengers and Humans


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: Mankind has evolved to a place we sit in judgement of all we do not agree with, but the wilderness provides us with a mirror of what we have become over
Spotting Elephants from a game viewing deck.

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


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide 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
Hamerkop in flight. Camp Moremi. Gerald Hoberman

Lightning Bird


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: The Hamerkop, also known as the Lightning Bird, is one of Africa's most fascinating species and the subject of many traditional beliefs amongst the
Female Elephant and Calf. Franco

Animal Survival Techniques to Birth and Growing | Botswana Wildlife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: The dangers for animals in Africa begin from the day of their birth and because of this they have to adapt survival techniques from the very start, or
Buffalo see of a lioness

Animal Survival Techniques to Avoiding Danger | Botswana Wildlife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: The African wilderness is a dangerous place for those with limited survival skills, and as such the animals that live there have all developed their own
Impala with horn deformity. Lee Kemp

Animal Deformities Botswana Wildlife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide 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
Hyena basking in a waterhole

Hyenas of Botswana. More Predator than Scavenger


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: Scavenger is the term used to describe this much-maligned creature, and until relatively recently most people considered the hyena to be a creature so
Lion cubs learning from Older Brother

How Animals Learn | Botswana Wildlife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: Playing is very important for young wildlife. This Botswana Wildlife Guide explains how cubs learn important survival techniques while playing
Lechwe in the lush grass. Duba Plains

Echoes of an Ancient Song


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide 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
The endless competition for Food

Okavango Carnage


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: Every season in the Okavango Delta is special, with scenes playing out that seem to be out of place, such as the drying up of the pools on the seasonal
Young male elephants fight it out near Selinda Camp

Animal Language. Botswana Wildlife Guide


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: This Botswana Wildlife Guide talks about communication patterns of wildlife species - from warning calls to Elephants emitting ultra-sonic sounds
Sunset. Mombo Camp

Echoes of Eden


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: Mombo is situated at the top end of Chief's Island, that large spit of land running up the near-center of the delta. Mombo is near the northern-most
Hyena pups at play. Lee Kemp

Animal Infanticide Botswana Wildlife Behaviour


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide Information: Many aspects of wildlife behavior do not fit the African safari beauty of glossy brochures, with animal infanticide being particularly gruesome
Elephant in the road

Botswana Wildlife Conservation | Elephants Retaliate


Botswana Wildlife Species Guide 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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