Category Archives: citizen science

rainless skies and dusty sunsets; sunrises and elephants

Elephant sunrise…….on the Save River below Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge…. etched in gold and pink against the budding baobab that graces Chilo Gorge Lodge . I am watching this baobab with bated breath, the progress of the buds against the … Continue reading

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Baobabs and Wire; Elephants and Mud

Early morning on the deck at Chilo leads into a fabulous day of exploring the newly wet Gonarezhou…on the lookout for our guests favorite animal…Elephants!….today┬ástrangely absent today from the landscape! They must have moved far and wide with the little … Continue reading

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