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Birding and Impalas; Predators and Art…

Clive Stockil and I have helped to host some wonderful guests at Chilo Gorge and in Gonarezhou Park over the last few weeks. It has been a very busy time, with Safari guides Thomas Mutombeni, Lionel Muzengi, John Laing, Clive … Continue reading

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