AfriCat Brown Hyena Project- Introductory Report

AfriCat Brown Hyena Project- Introductory Report

Originally published by The AfriCat Foundation and Okonjima in their September 2018 newsletter, reproduced here with kind permission from The AfriCat Foundation.

“Shy, elusive and misunderstood, brown hyenas are rarely seen yet are widely persecuted across their range by farmers for real or perceived involvement in human wildlife…

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Botswana – Land vs Water based accommodation

Botswana – Land vs Water based accommodation

The republic of Botswana, previously known as Beachuanaland, before gaining their independence on the 30th of September 1966, is an extremely popular tourist destination, although slightly smaller than Texas their population is less than 2.5 million people. Most tourists flock to Botswana for their warm winters, hot summers and most…

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Africa Bizarre

Africa Bizarre

Africa can offer up a number of unexpected surprises, brimming with beautiful, raw encounters and unfathomable uniqueness; at times, however, the unexpected borders on the downright bizarre!

Here is a look at some of the more unusual animals you can find when exploring the Southern African sub-continent….

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R.E.S.T Easy

R.E.S.T Easy

There are a large number of endangered species living in Southern Africa and in Namibia specifically. Lions, Leopards, Elephant and Rhino are probably some of the better known examples of endangered species and it’s easy to see why there are such sustained conservation efforts when it comes to these animals,…

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