Monthly Archives: June 2008

Collecting data on Nandipa

Life in the Bush

Some days we don’t see any elephants, but the glorious thing about the Delta is that we always see something. It may be a new spider, the wonderful sighting of the beautiful roller bird, the affection between a mother baboon and her baby as she grooms him in the fading light of dusk; the Delta […]

Car Problems

Well, we are all hard at work, but stuck in the office as our vehicle has been struck down. The mechanics are busy trying to sort it out but at the moment we do not know what is wrong with it. The delta is very hard on the cars and this time of year is […]

Pula’s friends

Recently two young males have joined Pula, Ntongeni and Nandipa. They are a little taller than Pula so are about 8-10 years old. Pula is loving thier company

Pula’s Friends

Pula’s new friends

Recently two young males have joined Pula, Ntongeni and Nandipa. They are a little taller than Pula so are about 8-10 years old. Pula is loving thier company and it is great to watch them interact and learn about each other. Otherwise all is well. Pula is adapting well after his release nearly a month […]

Bristol Festival of Nature

Dear All, It was a busy, hot and sunny weekend at the waterfront in Bristol. I was coming back and forth to the stall as I was on BBC Radio Bristol & Somerset on the Saturday morning and then gave a talk on Elephant Conservation on the Sunday afternoon, thankfully I had two postgradate students […]

Thanks to Donors

We greatfully received an an Anonymous donation of $50 in May. Thanks so much to the donor. This weekend I am busy at the Festival of Nature in Bristol, UK and will be manning our stall to raise more funds and awareness and on Sunday I will be giving a talk about the work that […]