East Africa Bush Tails

By the Month of Februar y, the height of the Wildebeest migration will have shifted to the plains and woodlands around Ndutu (the area between Ngorongoro and Serengeti National parks). Vast herds of bulls , adolescents and mothers, most of who will have given birth to their biscuit colored youngsters

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East Africa Bush Tails

Alison Nolting in Botswana.  Visiting with Wilderness Safaris representative Yvonne, at Kings Pool in Linyanti. Our very own Alison has just returned from a wonderful trip where she not only saw Pula and her week old leopard cub at Mombo, but also she had the pleasure of samp ling many

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Alison Nolting in Botswana. Visiting with Wilderness Safaris representative Yvonne, at Kings Pool in Linyanti. Our very own Alison has just returned from a wonderful trip where she not only saw Pula and her week old leopard cub at Mombo, but also she had the pleasure of sampling many tasty

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East Africa Bush Tails

Greetings from Chimp Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservation Trust !  From 2011 we embarked on a campaign to raise funds to refurbish the chimpanzee electric fence that has become weak. The 1,400 meter fe nce is being reconstructed in phases and this month we mobilized funds to raise more 17 meters at

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East Africa Bush Tails

  Serengeti Migration Update – 23rd October 2012 The wildebeest have been milling around, crossing and re -crossing for the last few weeks around the Kogatende area. It’s a great time to be in the northern Serengeti! Serengeti Migration Update – 24th September 2012 Game viewing has been fantastic this

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East Africa Bush Tails

Mark Nolting awarding Guide of the Year to Geoffrey Milinga in Arusha” To Mark Nolting in Tanzania My most recent safari to Tanzania featured the southern circuit where wildlife is plentiful, whereas fortunately,tourists are not! I was able to visit Ruaha, Selous and Zanzibar. After a short visit in Arusha

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Southern Africa Bush Tails

Celebrating Arbour Day with our Children in the Wilderness Eco Club schools Pafuri Camp once again organised the tree planting sessions at the Makuleke Schools during Arbour Week 2012. Michelle Hofmeyr of Skukuza Nursery kindly donated 30 indigenous trees (mangosteens, brown ivories, wild mangos and mahoganies). These trees were distributed

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East Africa Bush Tails

Bwindi Nursing School is here!! We are excited to report that we have begun to construct the Bwindi School of Nurses Training. The ground breaking ceremony took place on September 4 th, and was officiated by the Bishop of Kinkiizi diocese who is also the Chairman Board of Gove rnors,

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East Africa Bush Tails

My most recent safari to Tanzania featured the southern circuit where wildlife is plentiful, whereas fortunately, tourists are not! The trip began in Arusha, then onto Ruaha, Selous and finishing in Zanzibar. After a short visit in Arusha I flew by scheduled charter flight to Ruaha – now the largest

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Office Trip Reports

My most recent safari to Tanzania featured the southern circuit where wildlife is plentiful, whereas fortunately, tourists are not! The trip began in Arusha, then onto Ruaha, Selous and finishing in Zanzibar. After a short visit in Arusha I flew by scheduled charter flight to Ruaha – now the largest

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