More news from further down south …

The latest edition of Gill Staden’s ‘The Livingstone bi-Weekly‘ with news from Zambia, Zimbabwe and beyond …

Gill this week also presents some videos from Zambia to watch:

Livingstone Art Gallery

Violin Performance at the EMIZ music camp recital on 10.06.16

Invictus K9 at Lower Zambezi

We’ve undertaken a new project and selected a dog from the local village to train.

Meet ‘Fury’.

It’s still very early days but the goal is to see where we get with her. Thanks to the folks @CLZ for their support in this. Hopefully they will end up with a decent anti-poaching dog for them to operate with. This video shows where we are getting with her after about 2 weeks of training… Watch this space!!!

Mana Pools

Nyamepi Customs Officials

There’s car trouble, and then there’s this.

A family in Zimbabwe got a huge (and scary) surprise when they looked under their hood to see what was wrong with their engine

Inside this latest newsletter:

A Shrew Trap

Kariba Textiles downsizes

Truck offloading on Mosi-oa-Tunya Road to be dealt with

Hippo Cull Suspended

RTSA has Whatsapp line

Tourist Structures to be demolished by ZamParks

Solar companies identified

Pangolin poachers arrested

New Vundu record at Chiawa Camp

Zambia Carnivore Programme wild dogs in Kafue and Luangwa

New cheetah cubs in Liuwa

Rubatano in Lower Zambezi

Weighing the baby elephants

KCM restocks Kafue River with fingerlings

Coronation in Western Province

Bumi Hills report on Ben

Kariba Lake Levels

Elephant shot in Mana Pools Treated

Cecil’s offspring

Counting Vultures in Botswana

Water flow into the Thamalakane through Maun

Moremi Game Reserve Ownership Questioned

Holistic Rangeland Management in Caprivi

Desert Lion killed in Namibia

Zebras in the Snow

Technical Advisers wanted in Angola for KAZA

500 kg of Pangolin Scales found by Working Dogs in Kenya

No Mo Ibrahim Prize again this year

Population Matters

To Hunt or Not to Hunt

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