The latest edition of the Livingstone bi-Weekly is out and I hasten to let you all enjoy some news from Zambia, where I just spent a week, neighbouring Zimbabwe, where I was two weeks ago and other countries in the region like Namibia, Botswana and more …
And don’t forget to click on the video links to find out close up and personal what some of the places Gill describes really look like …
MANA POOLS 14 JUNE 2015 – Mr V’s foot pad
Video on this that Marnie Kloppers so kindly edited together for KAWFT.
Parks Authorities requested attention from KAWFT for Mr V’s one foot pad that he was having a problem with.
Andries Scholtz darted. The foot was cleaned, meds administered along with wound spray and powder.
When checked a few weeks later there was a vast improvement.
We all were anticipating a fairly easy catch by these 2 hunting lions. But this turned out to be a hilarious fail by them! 🙂
This is the current state of the Savuti Channel!!
Dam Removal in US
Lastly, the newsletter: https://thelivingstoneweekly.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/tlbw5jul16-compressed-1.pdf
Put Foot Rally
Dangote Cement Containers
Hippo Cull Re-starting in Luangwa
Working dogs in Lower Zambezi
Night photos from Liuwa Plain
Not enough water for power generation at Kafue gorge
An Elephant called Zambezi
A rather large crocodile from Kafue River
Shoebill Island Camp
Sable in Nanzhila
Tusk Trust Awards – shortlist
Tracking the Crayfish
Bumi Hills matriarch found dead
More Zambian poachers arrested in Kariba
Painted Dog Conservation run for wild dogs
Bat Hawks for Botswana
Savuti Channel explained
The Scattering – a novel