We Are Wilderness - Wilderness Safaris has been involved in rhino conservation for more than 20 years; assisting with black and white rhino reintroductions and conservation in six countries. Click on the image for the full story
We are Wilderness - The wildlife during my two week stay in the Odzala Wilderness Camps (one week with guests, and the next week on a photo shoot for Wilderness) was exceptional. 10 primate species (including chimpanzee and western lowland gorilla) and two bongo sightings were probably the highlights. The bongo sightings were both from Lango Camp ... the first a herd of 15 animals seen in the morning and the second a herd of 4 in the late afternoon. Click on the image to view the full…
We are Wilderness - we had a fantastic time on the Busanga Plains this September with excellent lion, cheetah and serval sigthtings to complement the buffalo, hippo, lechwe, puku, roan, wildebeest and other game. Click on the image to view the full gallery.
We are Wilderness - Lately we have been enjoying some outstanding brown hyaena sightings close to camp. The Kalahari Pride of lions has also stepped up, providing us with some incredible sightings, especially the Lekhubu Male, who is fast approaching the status of a legendary Kalahari black-maned lion. Click on the image for the full gallery
We Are Wilderness - A lone black backed jackal at Nebrowni waterhole in Etosha, attacks and persues an adult springbuck for approx. 6 minutes. A short while later he tries his luck with a sleeping zebra! Any thoughts on whether this could be rabies? Large groups of jackal kill springbuck daily at Gemsbokvlakte, but a single jackal? Click on the image for the full story.
We Are Wilderness - Idos Mulenga - stalwart of the Busanga Plains - managed to take these pics over the last week while on game drive from Shumba Camp. The Busanga Pride currently consist of 3 adult lionesses, a subadult male and 3 new cubs. They are joined on a regular basis by the two Busanga Males. Click o nthe image for the full story.