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Zambezi Traveller (Issue 12, March 2013) Full Content Listing

Zambezi Traveller, Issue 12, March 2013

Contents listing and quick links direct to each story:

Cover Story

 

Where do the Zebra go?

Elephants Without Borders has released preliminary research findings which show zebra migrating over staggering distances in Botswana, including what may well be the longest transboundary mammal migration in southern Africa.

Chobe

Findings reveal critical wildlife corridors

Zebra Without Borders

The hidden value of basket craft

An elephant-size problem

History of Chobe National Park - Part 11

On the Old Hunters’ Road

A Puppy for Christmas

Lusaka

Patience for the perfect shot

The Botswana Predator Conservation Trust

Maun Animal Welfare Society

Victoria Falls

Let’s dance! Mwedzi Muchena – the Clear Moon Arts Ensemble

We are apes after all!

The story of Twalumba the rhino sculpture

Portrait of a pangolin

Chasing rainbows in the spray

Luxury cruise boat due in May

Bright lights and Hollywood hills

Mantis to manage Rani property

Batoka Gorge, to be or not to be?

Bringing history to life

Women in Art Exhibition at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge

Events for all tastes

Introducing hand-crafted Pioneers Camp

World-class accolades for Elephant Camp

Birds-eye canopy tour launched

‘Let’s make this work’

Rolling out the green carpet

Victoria Falls hosts the annual African Environment Day

Full steam ahead for conservation

Running for our rhino

Bulawayo

Eagle study holds world record

The Black Eagle Breeding Survey

History written in stone

Kariba and Middle Zambezi

Zimbabwe wetlands incorporated into RAMSAR

Wetlands and RAMSAR

Painted Dog, fast and efficient predators

A confusion of stripes

Snared Batonka zebra

Safari Guiding Gurus of the Lower Zambezi 2013

Steak and Lake crayfish recipe competition

Recipe: Braaied Red Claw

Test of the Best 2013

Welcome back, lions!

Crayfish invasion worries experts

Orphan hippo rescued

Kariba floodgate to open

On the shores of Lake Kariba

Family fishing fun

Harare

Tracking and saving pangolin

Helping nature heal wounds

Livingstone

Carnival comes to the Livingstone

Berry banquet

The dream to open up Africa

Slavery – the scourge of Africa

Hell and high water

A tiny and secretive gem of bird

Are they praying or preying?

Encouraging creativity

Wonders of an African childhood

New wings over Western Zambia

Flying ace trains Zambian pilots

Caring cyclists raise funds for children

Planning to re-green a country

Mini replica Vic Falls in Scotland

Relationships make the destination

Following a dream of literacy

Experts to gather in Livingstone

Die another day!

Valley to Valley

Hwange

World Environment Day 2013 Celebration, Dete

The secrets of Hwange’s zebra

The Long Shields lion guardians

Why travel when it rains?

Still fit for a Queen, Sable Sands re-opens

Dressed in green and sparkling with jewels

Khulu Ivory opens in Hwange

Zimbabwe Schools’ Nutrition and Deworming Program

Kafue

Zambia’s endemic lechwe

Cahora & Tete

Rare orioles and shy elephants

 

Tete’s historic forts

Tete: a melting pot of colour and character

Secure your Mozambique investment

Best buy local beef

Our Town

Renting property essentials in Mozambique

'Senduana’ serpent of Songo