Category Archives: White rhinos

Painting and Sketching in my Garden of Eden; But Winter is Coming…….

As an artist and as a naturalist, skulls skins and bones have always fascinated me. I love drawing the shapes of found natural objects and perhaps this harks back to the fact that I loved Biology as a scholar. The … Continue reading

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Lin and Clive, Art and Conservation!

In the south  east of Zimbabwe, Africa, lies the Save Valley Conservancy, (SVC), a wildlife reserve of nearly one million acres. A semi-arid wilderness of spectacular granite kopjies, golden savannah, ancient leadwood forests and monolithic baobab trees, this tantalizing territory … Continue reading

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Ian Craig…OBE Honour for a man who truly honours wildlife and conservation…

  One of our dearest friends, a conservationist of extreme dedication, Ian Craig, was awarded a prestigious Order of the British Empire last week by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II for services to conservation and security to communities in Kenya………. … Continue reading

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Of Elephants and Water, Wild Dogs and Birding….

Of Elephants and Water, Wild Dogs and Birding…. May 20th, 2016 We have just spent four intense days at Tsavene… our beautiful but neglected Senuko bush house. Waves and waves of buffalo coming to our muddy Tsavene waterhole, and then … Continue reading

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Deeper, and deeper, into Africa!

The HAC Caravan lifts effortlessly and we wing our way over the neat cluster of high rise buildings that puncture Harare’s CBD, surrounded in the south by sprawling fast growing hi-density suburbia- row upon row of little box houses standing … Continue reading

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Tracker Dogs in Gonarezhou, protecting our elephants…

Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge has a wonderful variety of elephant sightings to offer guests… From the Lodge and room balconies we often see these gorgeous animals crossing the great Save River….often with tiny babies helped along through deep water by … Continue reading

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Baby rhino “George”, born in about the same month as his namesake, Prince George

September 2013, Chairman of Lowveld Rhino Trust, Clive Stockil, was awarded the Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa by the Prince himself, who has been the Royal Patron for Tusk Trust since 2005. This was the first time that … Continue reading

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Edward Ndiritu Honoured with Wildlife Ranger Award | Northern Rangelands Trust

Edward Ndiritu Honoured with Wildlife Ranger Award | Northern Rangelands Trust. The Northern Rangelands Trust was established in 2004.   Its mission is to develop resilient community conservancies which transform people’s lives, secure peace and conserve natural resources. PLUS, More NRT news: On … Continue reading

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Tusk Trust and Prince William; real rhinos, knitted rhinos, wooden rhinos….!

Tusk Trust and Prince William are a force to be reckoned with….! 25 years of tireless efforts on behalf of endangered African wildlife such as rhinos, elephants and wild dogs culminated in a glittering dinner event hosted by Prince William … Continue reading

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Should You Be Going on Safari in Zimbabwe? | Elizabeth Gordon

MUST READ! A thoughtful and realistic article  on World opinion of  elephant issues and tourism in Zimbabwe by Elizabeth Gordon… Elizabeth Gordon visited Chilo Gorge last year, and has informed comments to make on crucial issues concerning tourism, the revenue from which … Continue reading

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