The Livingstone bi-Weekly – First edition of 2019

TOURISM NEWS FROM #ZAMBIA #ZIMBABWE AND BEYOND – BY GILL STADEN

(Posted 10th January 2019)

Inside

Dog Registration on again in Livingstone
No golf course in Mosi-oa-Tunya Park
Illegal ntemba removed in Lusaka
Katunda-Lukulu Road in Western Province
Water Projects for Western Province
New Three-Way Bridge planned for Zim, Zam and Moz at Luangwa
Photos from Chizarira
New Cheetah Cubs for Hwange
Egyptian Goose and Monitor Lizard battle
Wild dogs move from Okavango into Hwange
Lion cubs for Nkasa Lupala
The Manganese Saga in Namibia
E-Shepherd collars in Namibia
Orchards abandoned in Namibia
Amur Falcon tracking
Some Videos

Ngepi Camp
Into the Okavango was released December 2018. A must watch touching documentary.

https://m.imdb.com/videoplayer/vi3092428825?playlistId=tt7573844&ref_=m_tt_ov_vi&fbclid=IwAR1FJAmFPxHuBZSwfkzd-WIJSlwHithaPUUW7X-dAErYWQcAh73ef5VVV8M

Namibia Wildlife Protection
Security Guard Service
https://web.facebook.com/namwildlifeprotect/videos/743632922689719/

The urban jungle: Why London wants to plant more trees
World Economic Forum

Home to 8 million trees and hundreds of high-rise towers, London is adding 40,000 trees to its skyline in a bid to turn the sprawling British metropolis into a "national park city".

Chris Packham spoke to us about London becoming a National Park City
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6V0VDWR-zxQ

The full report is available for ATCNews.org readers by simply clicking on the link below:
https://thelivingstoneweekly.files.wordpress.com/2019/01/tlbw9jan19.pdf

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