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 […]

Impala Aerial Capture

Impala Aerial Capture

Aerial Game Capture     Net-Gun Capture Is the Name of the Game It’s all done by helicopter except for a small team standing by for the necessary assistance. Game capture using nets from helicopters has been used for a long time by conservationists and wildlife vets. This net method – originally used in New […]

Venison Hindquarter Cuts

Venison Hindquarter Cuts

Waste Not Want Not     Venison, Food for Kings Venison brings to mind the story of Jacob and Esau (from the Bible) and how a small piece of meat changed the course of history for God and man. Isaac had all the domesticated animals one man could wish for but when it came to […]

Bushveld Wildlife Oddities

Bushveld Wildlife Oddities

It Happens TIA*     Wonders of wildlife. Going for a walk one evening, I was brought up short by movement in my peripheral vision to my right. Sounds like a nature study! Back to the movement and looking to my right, I see nothing moving but I hear a sound of bark being scratched. […]

Bushveld Birds Zimbabwe Style

Bushveld Birds Zimbabwe Style

Sub-Zambezi Birds     Subtropical birds of the Bushveld On our trip, we were very blessed to get these and other bird images to bring you. Some are quite rare, while others slightly more common in certain areas. I’m sure they’ll go down a treat, because of their general scarcity on the web. The whole […]

Harare Lion and Cheetah Park

Harare Lion and Cheetah Park

White Lion Out in Front     A worthwhile visit. If you find yourself in the region of Harare, Zimbabwe, then a visit to the Lion and Cheetah Park is a must, especially if you have children/grandchildren. The park is located near Lake Chivero and is a short 30 minute drive south-west of Harare. This […]

Mfuwe Elephants For Dinner

Mfuwe Elephants For Dinner

Didn’t I Say, “Mfuwe Elephants Dinner”     OK, that dispensed with. Let’s move on. There are many movies and books about “who” came to dinner. Now, we give you the African version with its own unique slant. The Mfuwe elephants’ mango dinner party, is proudly presented to you by Wildmoz. Well, sure it’s been […]

African Land Rover Graveyard

African Land Rover Graveyard

African Land Rover and Their Bones Lie Everywhere     Land Rover has a trick in the tale. As you will see, it’s not all bad for the African Land Rover. Where were they made? Who brought them to Africa? How come there are so many abandoned? It’s impossible to show you all the photos […]

Three Legged African Wild Dog

Three Legged African Wild Dog

An African Wild Dog Named Flame     Courage is simply the nature of an African wild dog. African Wildlife Management and Conservation was called to arms for a mission to catch and deliver one thousand, two hundred (plus/minus) mixed animals to two of Zimbabwe’s National Parks. Around a thousand to deliver to Gonarezhou and […]

Chinhoyi Caves Zimbabwe

Chinhoyi Caves Zimbabwe

Chief Chinhoyi’s Hidey-Hole     It’s a cave and we made it About 135 kilometers (81 miles) out of Harare on Highway A-1 heading northwards toward the Zambian border, along what is known as the copper highway, you’ll come across the Chinhoyi Caves. It’s an education in incongruity to see the world’s most modern trucks […]

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