THE LIVINGSTONE BI-WEEKLY’S LATEST EDITION IS NOW AVAILABLE
(Posted 18th February 2020)
Courtesy of Gill Staden, author of ‘Beyond the Victoria Falls’, comes the latest edition of the Livingstone bi-Weekly.
Inside this week:
Livingstone Bird Count
Heartlands Farm Shop
State of the Economy
Ngonye Falls Photograph
Fishing Ban may extend for 6 months
Floods at Kapishya and Lusaka
But Lake Kariba still low
New Vehicle Speed Limits
Fund raise for School Club
More vervet monkey rescues
Zambezi River on the rise
Latest from Chizarira
Sleeping Elephants in Hwange
Kudu youngsters rescued from mud hole
Taxi Operators in Botswana dress smart
Rain for Elephant Sands
African Parks takes on Iona National Park in Angola
Some Angolan History
Lion Range latest
Some videos worth watching:
What Happens When You Bury Kitchen Scraps in the Garden?
A short video highlighting the reason for a three month, 2,200 km endurance walk around Lake Kariba – the largest man made lake in the world – on the Zimbabwe/Zambia border. Raising awareness and highlighting the correlation between the natural world and mental well being.
The Conservation Conversation.
Looking for sponsors and supporters.
naturpoesie – film
Adventures of Mushilashi pack of wild dogs in South Luangwa National Park. In 2019 there a 3 adults and 5 puppies (born in may 2019) in the pack. Its a challenge to get enough food for all. But all of the dogs are very brave and togehter they are strong.
Yoram Kanokola is based at Shoebill Lodge in Bangweulu Wetlands in Zambia where he works with local community members to protect the wetlands most iconic resident: the shoebill stork.
ELEPHANTS COME FOR BREAKFAST, ONLY IN ZAMBIA MFUWE SOUTH LUANGWA
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