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Baobab Blitz-Fruit Bats and ethereal flowers

In late November, after watching flower buds develop on the baobab trees at Chilo, we got down to some “citizen science” with our entranced guests.. … so much fun was had, watching baobab flowers opening at night and eating baobab-themed meals. Rain … Continue reading

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Bathawks and Baobabs

    At Chilo Gorge lodge…. Bathawks are high on my mind at the moment, after watching one approach us through the red dusk, high above the Save river, last night. We stood transfixed and entranced, on the wooden deck … Continue reading

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