Tag Archives: Senuko

Painted Wolf Pups in the Save Valley Conservancy

The Mbungo pack of “Painted Wolves” (as BBC’s David Attenborough and Painted Wolf Wines would call them!) June 2018 A  den in Deep mopani  woodland on senuko- camera traps have shown a pair of lions investigating and digging at the … Continue reading

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sweet/bitter: senuko seasons past and yet to come

Watch out! Many gorgeous flowers such as my Adenium swazicum, harbour a resident crab spider, cute but deadly…(if you are the size of a fly)… Bitter Sweet reminisces… Our year past, 2017, at our bush house, Tsavene, has been one … Continue reading

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Wild Dog Diaries by Lin Barrie, writings and sketches of the Nyarushanga Pack…

For the last few years I have been honored with the sometimes fleeting but always  constant presence of the Nyarushanga Pack in my life, at Senuko Ranch in the Save Valley Conservancy. Even when they are mobile and elusive, their … Continue reading

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Of Elephants and Water, Wild Dogs and Birding….

Of Elephants and Water, Wild Dogs and Birding…. May 20th, 2016 We have just spent four intense days at Tsavene… our beautiful but neglected Senuko bush house. Waves and waves of buffalo coming to our muddy Tsavene waterhole, and then … Continue reading

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An amazing mollusk: the Giant African Land Snail, revered totem of the Chauke Clan…

I love sketching the shells of these snails, so sculptural…. Achatina fulica is a species of land snail in the family Achatinidae, known commonly as the  giant African land snail. Wikipedia says: Outside of its native range this snail thrives … Continue reading

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Baby rhino “George”, born in about the same month as his namesake, Prince George

September 2013, Chairman of Lowveld Rhino Trust, Clive Stockil, was awarded the Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa by the Prince himself, who has been the Royal Patron for Tusk Trust since 2005. This was the first time that … Continue reading

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Of Elephants, Wild Dogs and Full Moons, Good friends, Venus and Jupiter…..

A full moon rising tonight…and the close,  very close, proximity of Venus and Jupiter will be spectacular… hanging over the deck at Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge, where Clive and I are at the moment. We have just come from Senuko where … Continue reading

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