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It's Conservation Highlight Wednesday: the day of props and Rhinos

DISCLAIMER:

This post does NOT contain graphic images

of poor rhinos being poached because

I’m not in the business of making people sad

Facts about taking this picture: 380 more words

Brookes WildLife

WORM INVASION

Recently it seems that Lilongwe has been experiencing a worm invasion.

Now I know this sounds weird. But I don’t know how else to explain it. 73 more words

Africa

MOZAMBIQUE SPITTING COBRA - NAJA MOSSAMBICA

Mozambique spitting cobras are only found in a small region of South Eastern African. They are considered one of the more dangerous snake species in the world, as they have an extremely poisonous cytotoxin ( 63 more words

Africa

'Tears of the rhino' has a voice

Having the opportunity to re-create my painting ‘Tears of the rhino’ on the ‘Colour in Your Life’ television art series gave me a wonderful opportunity to show my passion to the world. 429 more words

African Wildlife

Gerenuks and Guavas

So my collection of photos of this lovely place and my drawing practice have started to pay off. I have been asked to design a range of woodblock prints for fabric to be used in children and babywear. 121 more words

Studio Pottery

AfriCat Okonjima Nature Reserve carnivore update: 26/04/2015

Wilddogs and Hyenas:
After the passing of Rex the two girls are doing well. Now covering larger distances without Rex and have been seen all over the 200km² Nature Reserve, still mainly on warthog kills. 662 more words

Cheetah Safari

The Great Migration 2015 Update!

It’s been a tough year for the migrating herds so far this year. Those hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle who had marched down from Kenya and Tanzania’s northern Serengeti towards the end of last year found that the short rains of November had been poor and whilst some expected rain fell in December and January, by February things were really drying up. 567 more words