Hidden Mozambique

Hidden Mozambique

A Country Lost In Time.     Discover Mozambique’s hidden treasure. This unseen gem in Southeast Africa is encircled by six of southern Africa’s most diverse and iconic countries. Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe Swaziland and South Africa, border Mozambique in the north, northwest and southwest. On the east, the Indian Ocean washes at the edges […]

Flowering Bushveld

Flowering Bushveld

They Come in Many Colors     The Camera; a Flower’s Best Friend The first tentative rains came last night. The timing is right – mid September – now they need to keep coming regularly. While the plight of the wildlife in a drought is well documented, the decimation of the flowering bushveld is a […]

African Vendors

African Vendors

Free Trade; The Way It Used To Be     On the road to Mozambique. Have you got Mozambique on your mind? Then this is a must for you? Africa; a continent that hums and buzzes and crackles with energy! Nowhere is this mojo better demonstrated than when you’re on the road. In the hypnotic […]

San Bushman Rock Paintings

San Bushman Rock Paintings

Have Ochre Will Paint     A Higher Social Order Than Most When any people communicate their aspirations, it shows a mind and spirit of a higher order. People come and go without saying or leaving anything for their descendants in personal art or writings.     This subject usually raises the question, “what were […]

Kruger Starvation

Kruger Starvation

Remove to Replenish     It’s a killing field. Here at Wildmoz bush camp, each day brings us closer to rain but when it will come is anyone’s guess. It is not Wildmoz’s policy to show animals suffering, so please imagine the situation for yourself. Southern Africa is withering under a cataclysmic drought; here they […]

Monomotapa Iron Makers

Monomotapa Iron Makers

Kingdom of Motapa and Beyond     Have tools will travel Between 1430 and 1760, there existed a great kingdom in Sothern African, Monomotapa, known as the Mutapa Empire, which was ruled by the Shona people. This kingdom of Mutapa incorporated what we know today as Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, including Swaziland and […]

Pallets: Africa Style

Pallets: Africa Style

Pallets, Recycling Natural Resources     Innovations the Pallet Way Increasingly, we live in a world that is rewriting the rules. Climate change, poverty, and war (where animals and people are victims) blights many of earth’s most beautiful countries. So people fight back – salvaging, recycling, educating, planting and improving. But nowhere is this more […]

Hungry Hunter and the Honeyguide

Hungry Hunter and the Honeyguide

Birds Lead Humans to Honey     Honey to the rescue Long, long ago somewhere in Africa… When the earth and all the people and animals were new… One long dry season, a drought had gripped the land and man and beast were forced to travel far and wide in their pursuit of nourishment. There […]

African Python Terror

African Python Terror

Rocky Python the Predator     It’s Only a Snake As snakes go, pythons are not generally high on anyone’s mind. Until you get into real python country and they become the major threat to domestic animals. Traditionally, pythons are killed on sight when found around the compound or camp. Native to sub-Saharan Africa, the […]

Lion Fight ER

Lion Fight ER

Saving the Lions     Even Lions Need a Doctor Dr. Jacs Mostert was called in to repair this magnificent lion’s wounds, to prevent blood-born parasites and infection. Apparently, this lion got into a fight with another male. This is a holding pen – or lion fight Emergency Room – where the lion will be […]

Rhino Capture Zimbabwe

Rhino Capture Zimbabwe

Rhino Rescue     How History Tells the Story “Just how long can a rhino’s horn get?” This recent question from a would-be conservationist had us scratching our heads. Most rhinos today don’t have the luxury of reaching old-age. In an effort to protect them from poacher’s guns, rhino horns are removed or, in the […]

Passive Wildlife Capture

Passive Wildlife Capture

It’s a Way of the Future     Why and How Thing. The why and how, of game capture, has been developed over eons of time, with methods as old as man and still improving. This is an article about passive animal capture, the much preferred method when it’s possible. Simply put, what AWMC say […]

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