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Waiting For The Dead

The vulture tree in Chobe National Park in Botswana, Africa. As it was the first time I’d ever seen vultures in the wild, and knowing what they were waiting for, it was a frightening sight. 20 more words


Tommy's Hints

My hints and opinions when on safari. I have been on more than a dozen safaris of different types since I’ve been in Africa so I am able to inform you what you might expect. 543 more words


The University of Botswana’s Department of Adult Education led an interdisciplinary team of researchers from the Sustainable Futures in Africa (SFA) Network for a workshop on human-wildlife interactions at the Mmadinare Main Kgotla on August 14, 2018. 43 more words

Blog Posts

The 'Secret Season' with African Bush Camps

No two safari experiences are ever the same.  And why would you want them to be?  There is a thrill in the unexpected, the wild, raw nature of it all.  244 more words

A Day in the Life: Peace Corps Botswana

On the average weekday, I wake up at 6:30am to the same little alarm on my phone. I reach over, turn it off, and proceed to check my Whatsapp—which usually shows nothing except a message or two from my mom talking about her day. 1,420 more words

Peace Corps

Oddballs Camp – Thakadu Bush Camp, Ghanzi (295km) 1101m asl

We were across at Chief’s Island by 7am again for a two and a half walk.

Red Buck

Tsessebe & impala in foreground

Lots of impala, a red buck and a new (to us) antelope called a tsessebe. 299 more words