Monthly Archives: September 2014


World Rhino Day is today, 22nd September….and Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge has high hopes for the future re-introduction of rhinos into Gonarezhou, our pristine Zimbabwean wilderness…. Read this message from Elsabe Van Der Westhuizen of Frankfurt Zoological Society, September 2013: … Continue reading

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The Story of “Snare”, a special African wild dog…..

“Snare” In the year of 2008, we spent much of our time observing a pack of African hunting dogs (Lycaon pictus) in the south of the Save Valley Conservancy, Zimbabwe. Consisting of four adults, four yearlings and, initially, more than … Continue reading

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