East Africa Bush Tails

 N e w Y o r k T I m e s T r a v e l S h o w a n d A p t a E v e n I n g Kyle Witten flanked by photographer Bob Eilets(L) and Warren Green®

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East Africa Bush Tails

The Serengeti Shared Safari Camp makes use of a Traditional Mobile Tented Camp on a shared -use basis, periodically moving location within the Serengeti according to Migration game movements and weather conditions. Although the camp will NOT move during your actual sta y, the chances of being w ithin reach of

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East Africa Bush Tails

  To AAC Staff: Mark and I thank you for the generous donation that you made to WomenforWomen.org – I know there will be a few very grateful ladies in the future. Also thanks to all of you for making the Holiday office party for 2011 and joining in some

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Southern Africa Bush Tails

2011 has been an amazing year for the wild dogs in Mana, spiked by the start of the wild dog research which started in nov 2010 , the last safari for that year , so it was all new this year .I am hoping to put the work on the

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East Africa Bush Tails

Serengeti Explored- escorted by Elena Theodosiou  (second from the right) – September Zim 15 “Eyes on Elephant” (Mana Pools) – escorted by Kyle Witten (far left) -September Mt.Kilimanjaro Ascent – escorted by Ian Flores (far left) -August Uganda and Rwanda Primate Safari- AAC guide Dennis Erabu with clients at Bwindi-

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AAC Events

Proud parents, Roland and Rita visiting from Rhode Island. The original five staff members of AAC Well done!
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AAC Events

Wildlife Conservation Network (WCN) garden party in San Francisco with visiting researchers from Africa. Mark Nolting, Sherry Paul (WCN), Peter Bliston (Zimbabwe Painted Dog Project), Alison Nolting and Dr. Greg Rasmussen (Head Research Scientist from Painted Dog Project). The Noltings with Iain Douglas-Hamilton of www.Savetheelephants.org Dr. Colleen Beggs and Keith
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Southern Africa Bush Tails

Mana Pools, our new study region in the north of Zimbabwe, is providing equal excitement and with the help of Professional Guide, Nick Murray, we have the location of two dens. One belongs to alpha fe male Tait, of the Vundu Pack. Happily her GPS collar, which was fitted in

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Southern Africa Bush Tails

  Mana Pools, our new study region in the north of Zimbabwe, is providing equal excitement and with the help of Professional Guide, Nick Murray, we have the location of two dens. One belongs to alpha fe male Tait, of the Vundu Pack. Happily her GPS collar, which was fitted

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Office Trip Reports

TRANS-OKAVANGO, BOTSWANA TRIP REPORT May 2011 After an early breakfast at the Johannesburg Intercontinental (the ideal hotel for overnight, when arriving in the late afternoon and leaving again early the next day) we boarded the Air Botswana flight to Maun. This is always an interesting flight, as everyone on board

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