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Sunsets and Aardvarks: An African childhood surrounded by flowers and rivers…

9 th April – 12th April, 2019 Our bush house, Tsavene, is enhanced by the stunning pink summer-flowering Sabi stars that are indigenous to the Northern Kruger Park, and which grace our rocks. At dusk I capture the glow of … Continue reading

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Balance for Better: Art, re-designing the Woman’s Space….

“Balance for Better: Redesigning the Woman’s Space” opened at the Zimbabwe National Gallery last night. I was thrilled to be able to attend;“Thank you National Gallery of Zimbabwe and team for a tight and well-curated art #exhibition , thought-provoking dance and theatre, stimulating company- … 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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“Catch of the Day”- by photographer Tom Mangelsen-Saving Wild Blog Feed –

I follow Lori Robinson”s excellent blog, Saving Wild. “Catch of the Day”, a photograph by Tom Mangelsen, is one of the most widely circulated and published wildlife photographs in history. To me, this amazing photo encapsulates the sheer patience and tenacity of … Continue reading

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How Whales and Wolves Help Save the Earth – Saving Wild

How Whales and Wolves Help Save the Earth – Saving Wild. Visit these links for amazing video of Whales and Wolves….what a lovely and thought provoking “Saving Wild” blog Lori Robinson writes….about some of my favourite animals… Here below is a Blue whale painting … Continue reading

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Portfolios, pedals, people and pop-ups-Painted Wolf Wines in 2013….

Read the link below and my further notes below that,  for a resume of the year 2013, an exciting and successful year in the life of Painted Wolf Wines and Zimbabwe’s wild dogs! Portfolios, pedals, people and pop-ups – Painted … Continue reading

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Clive Stockil – winner of the Tusk Trust Prince William Award …..

Clive Stockil is the proud winner of the Tusk Trust Prince William Award for a Lifetime dedication to Conservation! We are in the wilderness of Zimbabwe! please keep visiting this post as we travel through the wild areas of Gonarezhou, … Continue reading

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