Tag Archives: Patrick Mavros

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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Pangolin awareness is gaining momentum…. Jewellery, Literature and Paintings..This is “How We Roll!”

Pangolins are on a roll in this blog…. endangered and trafficked  world-wide for food, magic and medicine, they NEED our help! The work of Lisa Hywood of the Tikki Hywood Trust in Zimbabwe, is never ending….. conservation, education and legislation challenges abound…. … Continue reading

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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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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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