Category Archives: Birdlife Zimbabwe

Miombo Woodlands inspire colour and drama….

Our unique Miombo Woodlands inspire my art at this time of year as we head into our Zimbabwean spring colours… Msasa leaves will soon burst forth in all the deep warm tones of a Northern hemisphere fall! Interspersed with splashes … Continue reading

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Of Elephants and Water, Wild Dogs and Birding….

Of Elephants and Water, Wild Dogs and Birding…. May 20th, 2016 We have just spent four intense days at Tsavene… our beautiful but neglected Senuko bush house. Waves and waves of buffalo coming to our muddy Tsavene waterhole, and then … Continue reading

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“That Lonely Thorn Tree” revisited…where to from here for African rhinos?

In 2008, my story “That Lonely Thorn Tree” was published by Dr Clarissa Pinkola Estes, (she who wrote that awesome book, Women Who Run With The Wolves”…). SADLY, not much has changed since I wrote this story (reproduced in bold type … Continue reading

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Long distance flyers honour us with their gentle presence for a few months of our wilderness year…

Falco amurensis breeds in South Eastern Siberia and Northern China Here at Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge, we watch these gentle raptors wheel in their dozens, sometimes hundreds, above our decks….chasing the seething masses of flying ants that erupt with good … Continue reading

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Mahove Camp, and the Junction are spectacular wilderness areas to explore from Chilo Gorge Lodge,

The trip across the Save River from Chilo Gorge Lodge and and into Gonarezhou is always exciting… with fabulous water birds to be spotted on the sand, such as this little Pratincole…… and many vultures still to be seen…thank goodness…Vultures … Continue reading

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