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Red-Knobbed Coot

My Patch!!

A red-knobbed coot claiming its island at sunset. (Phakhalane, Botswana)

Bird

Green on Green in Botswana

It is indeed easy being green. There isn’t even a need to be the Hulk. A pair of lime green pants would do the trick. 51 more words

Africa

as a business leader who is your first customer?

29th March 2017

With Wilbert R. Mutoko

“If you look after your staff, they will look after your customers. It’s that simple.” – Richard Branson… 200 more words

Botswana

Close Encounters with African Elephants on the Chobe River

It is time to head out once again on the tenders for an afternoon of wildlife spotting; today we are hoping to see savannah elephants. The African elephant is the largest animal that walks this earth and their herds wander through 37 countries in Africa. 25 more words

Travel

How My Time in Botswana Helped Me Find Roller Derby

It’s kind of a cliche that travelling or doing a study abroad trip help you to “find yourself”. Don’t get me wrong, they often do. This post is not about some cathartic moment out in the African bush being surrounded by elephants and figuring life out. 500 more words

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We are delighted to be collaborating with @thephotowalkers Africa's #photography tour specialists #africa

Looking for your next photography challenge?  How about joining The Photo Walkers on a once in a lifetime experience in Southern Africa – simply sit back and reap the rewards of their team’s many years of experience in the bush and behind the lens.   176 more words

Photography