Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2017’

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A Bird’s Eye View of Northern Tanzania


If you’ve ever wondered what a couple of decent cameras and a small drone can do for conservation, then perhaps this is a good start.

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Solving conflicts in cheetah country (with a little help from man’s best friend)


I’m writing this from the shade of an enormous baobab tree in Botswana’s Tuli block. Towering like a monolith, the ancient bark is grey and wrinkled like elephant skin, and its girth must be seven or eight meters, much like an elephant too.

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