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Wildlife Camp News: April 2013

It’s guide’s exam time in the Luangwa Valley… But what makes a good guide?
Pseudolachnostylis maprouneifolia
April is not a month for fools here in South Luangwa National Park. Traditionally the […]

Wildlife Camp News: March 2013

In the March edition of Wildlife Camp newsletter we’ll take a look at the month’s headlines and we’ll introduce you to the newest member of our guiding team. Of […]

Wildlife Camp News: February 2013

In the February edition of Wildlife Camp’s monthly newsletter, we’ll take a tongue-in-the-cheek look at life behind a “no entry” sign.
No Entry
When I was a little boy, vacationing with […]

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Wildlife Camp News: January 2013

January 2013 was one of the busiest quiet months we have had in a long time.
The Old Lady and the Elephants.
The ‘green season,’ as we call it, does not […]

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Wildlife Camp News: December 2012

Merry Chistmas!
The world did not end!
Now that the world did not end on the 21st of December 2012 as many people predicted, I guess now is as good a […]

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Wildlife Camp News: November 2012

November in the Luangwa Valley changed my perception about a month I never really fancied.
Green Leaves
November always used to be a bit of an unpopular month: Exams are written […]

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Wildlife Camp News: October 2012

The weather, and our secret recipe!
Pure Africa
When I think of October in the Luangwa Valley I think of heat, dust, dried out lagoons and struggling animals. I think of […]

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Wildlife Camp News: September 2012

Due to a very busy September here at Wildlife Camp, this newsletter will make its way into your Inbox a little late. But better late than no news at […]

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Wildlife Camp News: August 2012

Wildlife Camp’s newsletter has received a lot of positive feedback over the last couple of years. That is purely because Mother Nature has so many stories to tell.
The time […]

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Wildlife Camp News: July 2012

July was cold! With tempratures often dipping below 12 degrees Celcius there certainly was no snow in sight, but here in Zambia we are not used to wearing jackets […]