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Mahove Tented camp; Big skies and Terrapins, Lions and Waterlilies

Across the still-high Save River by boat, and into the Park, past the parks reception and found skulls… this small warthog skull speaks to me, I love the funky shapes and moods of bone and skulls, and have just finished … Continue reading

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Painted Wolves at Chilo Gorge: Wine and Wild Dogs galore!

Painted Wolves will be returning to Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge SOON! whether you call them by their full latin name Lycaon pictus, or by their other names African wild dogs, Painted Wolves, or Painted dogs… they are all the same … Continue reading

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“wild dogs”; what’s in a name?…a rose by any other name would smell as sweet…

The debate: what to call African wild dogs, (if not just that….!) We are honoured to have viable packs of Lycaon pictus, (African wild dogs, aka Painted Wolves, aka Painted Dogs), in Zimbabwe. Although generally endangered over Africa, they are … Continue reading

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Wine and Wild Dog Weekends; What better way to celebrate great wine and meaningful Conservation…

What better way to celebrate great Wine and meaningful wildlife Conservation… come to the yearly Wine and Wild Dog Weekends at Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge to find out about the conservation of African Wild Dogs, Lycaon pictus, in the lowveld … Continue reading

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Pangolin Love embodied, in paintings, knitting and silver creations…

Pangolins are Precious….bottom line is we ALL need to increase awareness of trade in endangered species such as these armoured cuties… and so I am happy to continue show my new work in conjunction with Patrick Mavros to raise awareness … Continue reading

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Elephants and orphans, Painted and Real…

I am tickled to have been part for a “One by One” initiative with Kikis Gallery, for elephant awareness….painting three dimensions is fun and inspiring, especially when painting a baby elephant! John Kotze, fellow artist, produced this funky elephant who … Continue reading

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Baobab skins get a coat of chain mail; Elephants get something else to eat…..

I am always tickled by the look-alike skins of baobabs and elephants…from baobab trunk… to elephant trunk… and the wrinkled limbs such as this foreleg… and this tiny little leg disappearing into the baobab trunk below…has that baby really just … Continue reading

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