Wild Side: Kruger National Park

Wild Side: Kruger National Park

Playing Hooky     One Mans Loss… Thought I’d share a typical day at the Kruger with you. Although M and I have spent a lot of time in the bush, much of it in Timbavati, on the Western border of the Kruger Park, where M’s family had farms; we had never actually been into […]

Leopard Portrait - Art in Oils

Leopard Portrait – Art in Oils

“Anticipation”     Leopard Portrait in Oils by Moz “Anticipation” is available in a small run of limited edition signed prints on canvas, prices ranging $50.00 to $150.00. To contact the artist on a secure link click here. If you would like to commission Moz for an oil painting of your own choice, contact the artist […]

When Nature Gets the Blues

When Nature Gets the Blues

Poisonous Blue?     In Africa, softly hued dawns and spectacular sunsets allude to blue with suggestions of lilac and purples but true blue can be hard to find. In fact, in the natural world, blue is precious; rare and valued, iconic even. Blue stones – like turquoise, sapphire and lapis lazuli – dazzle us […]

Mozambique Tourism - New Growth

Mozambique Tourism – New Growth

My One Day Mozambique Trip     Most African countries experience an unsettled and often violent change after independence and Mozambique was no exception. But the good news is that this incredibly beautiful country is returning to peace and tourism is helping drive the restoration. A quick trip into Mozambique is a great way to […]

Kruger National Park Birds

Kruger National Park Birds

Bushveld Birds in the Family Way     Something’s Always Happening Updates from the Treehouse could happen every day… There’s so much going on in and around these lovely trees! At this point in the season, appearing on every branch is a carnival of bushveld birds. Apart from eye-level giraffe checking out breakfast and downstairs […]

Summer in the Bushveld

Summer in the Bushveld

Bushveld Gem     Gems Come in Many Sizes There’s a little gem, hidden away in the eastern most part of Mpumalanga, the place in South Africa where the sun rises. This place, called Nameless, is home to the Treehouse and the Nyum Nyum Tree.     Calm After Christmas Like most other places, December […]

Christmas African Style

Christmas African Style

Christmas in Africa     Where Are the Lights You Say? It’s two days after the longest day of the year and lights are hot and expensive.     Where are the Decorations then?  Now that is an easy question to answer. The decorations are mostly imported and cost more than the celebrations.     […]

San Bushman Paintings Megaliths

San Bushman Paintings Megaliths

The San-Bushman Were Here     Bushman of the Bushveld Question… Did the Bushveld ever have San (Bushman) people? And… Does the bushveld have Megaliths? Oh yes, to both of those questions. Do I mean rock art? The answer is yes and the paintings were done by the same San people’s ancestors who are famous […]

Big Five Now Big Seven: Yes/No

Big Five Now Big Seven: Yes/No

What Big Five?     Rangers of the south James Stevenson-Hamilton would have fallen of his horse, if you told him that he would be looking after a fish and a whale as part of his job. And on horseback – nogal? Are they in the Kruger National Park? Well no! But they are within […]

Bushveld in Spring Africa Style

Bushveld in Spring Africa Style

Wildlife News from the Bush     The Bush in the Spring Life in the Treehouse continues… every day bringing new treats. With the start of the rainy season, the languorous, drowsy bush has crackled with life. Bare limbed trees, sporting the green confetti of a bushveld spring, hide wildlife even better than winters’ hazy […]

Wildmoz Web Ranking Trip Home

Wildmoz Web Ranking Trip Home

From Coast to Coast Back to the Bush     More Entries As a Webmaster, it disappoints me to see that we’ve dropped in Web ranking. Although it had to be done. Taking the risk of losing Web ranking or not moving to the bush is not too much of a conundrum. The move had to […]

Wildmoz is Back: Technology Hello

Wildmoz is Back: Technology Hello

Wildmoz is BACK – What a start to the New Year!     Hacked, Spindled, Mutilated and Stolen Hello 2013. Wildmoz disappeared on January 1, we were fifty years back and hundreds of kilometers away from the technology needed to find out what had gone wrong. Disappearing in the African bush is all very well […]

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